An email sent to some students late Sunday said an undergraduate student in Electrical and Computer Engineering had tested positive for COVID-19. Read more
At least 15 thefts at Niswonger Aviation Technology Center have been reported to the Purdue University Police Department between March 2 and March 12, according to a Purdue Alert emailed out Thursday. Read more
Purdue is asking all students in University Residences to vacate dorms by March 30 if they can, according to a letter from provosts published Tuesday. Read more
With the coronavirus continuing to spread across a world still working on a cure, Purdue announced on Tuesday the suspension of in-person instruction for an indeterminate amount of time. What does it mean for the over 9,000 international students who call Purdue home?"I can no longer go home… Read more
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A week after Purdue decided to suspend University-sponsored travel to countries deemed high-risk areas for coronavirus, it canceled all international spring break programs, according to an email sent out to Purdue students early Thursday morning. Read more
Purdue President Mitch Daniels sent an email Monday afternoon to all students that said all Purdue campuses will no longer extend invitations or host visitors from various countries affected by coronavirus. Read more
As the ability to test for the COVID-19 strain of coronavirus becomes a pressing concern, the limited number of state and local laboratories that are authorized by U.S. health officials to conduct diagnostic testing poses a challenge. Read more
Two days after suspending travel to countries affected by coronavirus for spring break travelers, Purdue extended the cancellation to summer study abroad trips as well, according to a representative from the University's study abroad office. Read more
Purdue has canceled all university-sponsored travel to countries that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has defined as level 2 and 3 risks for coronavirus, including China, South Korea, Iran, Italy and Japan, according to a Purdue News Service press release. Read more
More than 10 years after his near suicide attempt, a speaker shared his experiences with a student audience in order to inspire mutual growth Wednesday night. Read more
The Purdue Student Government vice presidential candidates spoke about how they planned on improving PSG, which included supporting student organizations and advocating for unrepresented students.
The two Purdue Student Government presidential candidates spoke about coronavirus, mental health and other issues during a virtual debate Friday.
The Tippecanoe County coroner's office confirmed Tuesday that Emily Mettler, a 27-year-old Purdue Fort Wayne graduate student, died in a March 25 car crash.
LOS ANGELES – Before the coronavirus outbreak shuttered colleges, Crystal Hammond worked three paid internships and did her homework on campus or at local coffee shops. School offered her the security and opportunity to focus on her future, she said.
Voting for Purdue Student Government's 2020 election began Sunday night, and will last until 11:59 p.m. Wednesday. The Exponent did a Q&A with the two groups running for PSG's executive branch. Assata Gilmore and Mason Merkel are running for the presidential spot, with Hannah Walter and …
Purdue President Mitch Daniels announced in an email Tuesday the creation of a task force to look at what precautions the University may need to take in the fall semester as coronavirus compounds the regular flu season.
The NCAA Division I Council voted Monday to approve an extra year of eligibility for all spring sport athletes who had their seasons canceled because of COVID-19, but the generosity will come with a caveat for seniors: