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

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 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

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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 …

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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.

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