Pandemic-related shortfalls inspire new ways to give. Read more
December graduate Ashwin Sivakumar will be Purdue’s first ROTC cadet to become a U.S. Department of Defense Space Force officer. Read more
A company founded by a Purdue alumnus has created new STEM tools for blind students to use for remote learning, as schools nationwide switch to online-delivery modes during the pandemic. Read more
Purdue’s on-demand winter commencements will go live next week, complete with a guest speaker and student responders. Read more
Purdue Student Government plans to hold another Mental Health Action Week during the week of February 1, allocating $40,000 to plan and host the week. Read more
Attorneys for Purdue have denied a professor’s allegations that he was demoted following a letter he sent to the dean of the College of Health and Human Sciences in which he excoriated a division of the college as chronically corrupt and an “absolute joke” not worth investing in. Read more
Andrew Young, former member of Congress, U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, mayor of Atlanta and colleague of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., will be the keynote speaker for Purdue’s Martin Luther King Jr. commemorative lecture at 7 p.m. Jan. 21. Read more
The West Lafayette Board of Public Works and Safety is scheduled to vote on a proposed disbursement of more than $150,000 to several public-service agencies around the Greater Lafayette area Tuesday morning. Read more
Emergency telephone systems, recognizable from their yellow or blue color, are a common sight around campus, but in the past few weeks, students may have noticed different systems labeled “out of order.” Read more
For many Boilermakers, troubles surrounding online instruction were apparent before the semester even began. Read more
Because of pandemic- and construction-related issues, Purdue's Christmas tree and other traditional holiday celebrations will look different this year. Read more
The 2020-21 women's basketball league schedule was released Tuesday afternoon by the Big Ten Conference. Read more
The Purdue Board of Trustees approved several motions, among them a posthumous degree to a late IUPUI student, the ratification of several professors and the adoption of Purdue President Mitch Daniels’ performance metrics for the next academic year.
University Senate Chair Deb Nichols reported that burnout has increased as the semester progressed, according to a fourth wave of a senate survey from November.
A company founded by a Purdue alumnus has created new STEM tools for blind students to use for remote learning, as schools nationwide switch to online-delivery modes during the pandemic.
Purdue Student Government plans to hold another Mental Health Action Week during the week of February 1, allocating $40,000 to plan and host the week.