A Hub on Campus tenant was expecting to have access to all her apartment’s amenities, but “on Sunday, we basically moved into an apartment that was not finished,” she said. Read more
A Purdue ID controversy spanning the summer months has come to a close, says the Tippecanoe County Election Board, whose members took questions from a crowded election board meeting last month. Read more
A "business transaction" led to an armed robbery on campus about 4 a.m. today, police say. Read more
Because the water people drink goes through multiple systems before it reaches consumers' cups, there can be many reasons for poor water quality. Read more
Twenty-year-old Keaton Ferverda was arrested for alleged possession of a narcotic drug over 10 grams, possession of a controlled substance, possession of paraphernalia and attempted dealing of a narcotic drug on late Tuesday night at the 1200 block of Third Street. Read more
An ongoing investigation into a possible homicide and arson case has uncovered a person of interest in Dayton, Ohio, according to a Lafayette Police Department press release. Read more
After much controversy surrounding a Chick-fil-A coming to campus, the University Senate passed an inclusion resolution at a Monday meeting.
After a contentious decision by the Board of Trustees Oct. 10, Purdue students, faculty, staff and independent contractors are now banned from betting on any Boilermaker sports events, players or contests.
A new center at Purdue will be named in honor of Purdue alumnus Ray Ewry, who held the most total gold medals in the Olympics for 100 years until 2008, despite later contracting polio.
For two months now, the Starship delivery bots have been roaming campus delivering snacks, drinks and meals straight to buildings and outdoor locations.
Each year at Purdue, some students pay more than $100 to obtain a parking permit on campus, even though they often struggle to find a place to park.
A Purdue professor and his wife pleaded guilty Friday to wire fraud in connection with accusations that they misused National Science Foundation funds meant to finance research.
Students were excited to hear discussion of foreign policy, health care and more taken on by the U.S. Democratic presidential candidates at a watch party in Beering Hall on Tuesday.