The same day as Purdue's deadline for undergraduate students to opt into an entirely online fall semester, the federal Student and Exchange Visitor Program announced several new policies for international students this fall, changing their allowed credit limits and tacking on new requirement… Read more

Professors have offered differing opinions on their hopes and concerns about returning to campus this fall amid the ongoing public health crisis. The Exponent reached out to several professors to hear their opinions on the upcoming semester. Read more

“Quite frankly, we’ve had task forces,” said Marlo David, director of African American Studies at Purdue. “So I think the question has to be for this task force and any work that’s being done going forward is why haven’t any of those things worked in the past, and what will it take to signif… Read more

Purdue Student Government plans to host seminars on racial bias and anti-racism training this summer and will plan trainings to further the mission of the task force meant to combat inequality on campus this fall, president Assata Gilmore said. Read more

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Purdue has filed an amicus brief in support of a complaint against the U.S. Department of Homeland Security filed by Harvard University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology on Wednesday.


The University is "de-densifying" classrooms and public spaces on campuslike in the Wilmeth Active Learning Center, Wetherill Hall of Chemistry and Stewart Center for students' return this fall, and for upcoming summer programs. Modifications include distancing desks and chairs for social di…

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