HAMMOND, Ind. — A former Purdue professor and his company were sentenced to two years of probation and made to pay $1.6 million in restitution to government foundations after the professor defrauded them to inappropriately acquire grant money, a U.S. District Court Judge in Hammond ruled Mon… Read more
New ruling on immigrant pay would hinder research, diversity in hiring, they allege. Read more
The University has broken its record for the largest number of undergraduate students enrolled for the fall 2020 semester, per a report from Friday morning's board of trustees meeting. Read more
The same week the Purdue Board of Trustees is scheduled to discuss a diversity task force meant to combat inequality on campus, the planned consolidation of 16 departments into six left faculty and department heads feeling frustrated and left out of the conversation, they said. Read more
Receiving housing and roommate assignments is a fraught yet exciting waiting game for many incoming Purdue students. Read more
Less than a month away from the beginning of the semester, students are reporting problems requesting their free at-home saliva tests. 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
Counseling and Psychological Services is hosting virtual opportunities for students to discuss their emotional reactions and ways of coping with current political stress ahead of Inauguration Day.
As students return to campus, the Protect Purdue Health Center plans to roll out a new app that will analyze student health and safety on campus.
COVID-19 testing protocol for students living off-campus has changed for the spring semester, as the Protect Purdue Health Center is now utilizing a rapid COVID-19 test.
Months of reopening preparations and years of financial prudence set strong defenses against the pandemic, helping the University leave the year in the black.
The ACE Campus Food Pantry's food drive in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. started on Monday, with their purple polka dotted van driving to different locations every hour from 6-9pm to collect food donations. The food drive lasts from Monday till Friday while visiting several locations each day.
All five Purdue (10-5, 5-3) starters scored in double figures as the Boilermakers beat visiting Penn State, 80-72, Sunday in Mackey Arena. Sasha Stefanovic led the Boilers with 15 points on 5 of 12 shooting from the field – including 3 of 10 from 3-point range – and 2 of 3 from the line. Jo…