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
After Tippecanoe County's seven-day positivity rate rose to 10.2% Saturday, the county's health department confirmed additional regulations would begin on Tuesday, as predicted by the county's health officer when he wrote up the standing order earlier this week. Read more
The University is tamping down anger on campus after students found an online Purdue University Police Department report that showed three students died by suicide this semester. PUPD later updated its report to reflect no students had taken their own lives through October. Read more
The day Purdue’s seven-day positivity rate peaked to an all-time high — 6.87% — for the seventh day in a row, the University announced it will pause surveillance testing until January. Read more
Students wanting to switch from on-campus learning to Purdue’s online-only option will have to prove a “significant change” qualifies them for an online spring semester. Read more
Despite long lines of mask-less students crowding Harry's Chocolate Shop and other Chauncey Hill bars Saturday morning, a University spokesperson said participating in Breakfast Club is not a violation of the Protect Purdue Pledge. Read more
Case of 'John Doe' v. Purdue alive because of appeals ruling written by current U.S. Supreme Court nominee. Read more
After county health officials noted a discrepancy between its and Purdue's coronavirus data over the summer, Exponent reporting found another difference in this week's numbers. Read more
Although the University began the semester setting a hard front against parties and large gatherings to combat the coronavirus, shared living spaces are proving to be another contributor to rapid spread. 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.