Receiving housing and roommate assignments is a fraught yet exciting waiting game for many incoming Purdue students. Read more
Boilers returning to campus this fall may want to check their schedules, as professors have started to shift some of their classes online. Read more
More than half of surveyed students coming back to Purdue in the fall said they feel safe returning to campus, according to a Purdue Student Government survey. Read more
Purdue has confirmed its retail dining operating agreement with Aramark and detailed further plans for new dining options and staffing opportunities. Read more
After months of consultation with task forces, medical professionals and University administrators, Purdue unveiled its first official "Protect Purdue Plan" detailing future protective measures on campus. Read more
The Board of Trustees did not discuss the University’s contracting with Aramark during its Thursday meeting, though the Indiana Commission of Higher Education approved the $25 million contracted renovation between Purdue and the company during its meeting on the same day. Read more
A suit filed in federal court in early April against the University for pro-rated tuition and fees has been dismissed and refiled into Indiana court. Read more
Though fall enrollment has been reported to be strong, the University still faces a host of financial difficulties as a result of the pandemic, Purdue administrators say. Read more
A crowdfunding campaign set up by the University for the Protect Purdue Initiative has raised nearly $30,000 by Friday morning to help reopen campus in the fall. Read more
In the second case against Purdue and one of dozens against other colleges across the nation, a student is suing the University for pro-rated tuition and fees he paid but argues he didn't receive the benefits of. Read more
A video from Purdue President Mitch Daniels clarified what would happen with employees' pay, the transition to remote learning and how the University feels about Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb's stay-at-home order on Wednesday morning. Read more
Kenny Furukawa sits in the lobby of Tarkington Residence Hall on Monday afternoon, two "Persona Non Grata" orders on the table in front of him.
After the August announcement that the Big Ten would postpone fall sports until 2021, Purdue’s All-American Marching Band pivoted its focus from football games to readying its players for next season and beyond.
In a third protest since the beginning of the semester, a familiar scene unfolded: Students toted "Black Lives Matter" signs. Chants of victims of white violence rang through the streets.
Candles blazed as the sun set Sunday night, lighting faces in a crowd of nearly 100 who gathered for a vigil honoring the legacy of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the iconic U.S. Supreme Court Justice whose death Friday shook the nation.
The Purdue Promise leadership program said in an email to students Sunday night that it will not host its three-week study-abroad trip to Spain or Scotland set for May 2021.
For the third time in the past four weeks, Purdue students took to the street in support of the Black Lives Matter movement. Marching from the Black Cultural Center on 3rd street, the student protesters ended up at Hovde Hall where they listed to several speeches as well as the list of deman…
A professor on the Purdue University Senate Athletic Affairs Committee resigned from her position following the Big Ten's announcement that a football season will be played, a reversal of the conference's prior decision to cancel games amid fears of the coronavirus's spread.