HAMMOND, Ind. — A former Purdue professor and his company were sentenced to two years of probation and made to pay $1.6 million in restitution to government foundations after the professor defrauded them to inappropriately acquire grant money, a U.S. District Court Judge in Hammond ruled Mon…
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As a Puerto Rican living in Tippecanoe County while he attends Purdue, Juan Matos said he had to make an intractable choice when he registered to vote.
91-year-old Claire Brigham had two Trump signs planted in her yard, one in the front and one out back, heading into last weekend. By the end of the weekend, she had only one.
The message is colorfully displayed in the church windows - Inspire, Encourage, Equip, and Invite – leaving no doubt that Our Saviour Lutheran Church is a welcoming space for students. People of faith, people of doubt. People of any origin, race, ability, sexual orientation, or gender expres…
Purdue has ramped up its surveillance testing of congregate housing after observing the majority of COVID-19 spread within group settings last semester, and is preparing to become a vaccine distribution center, officials say.
Purdue finished Early Signing Day with the nation’s 70th ranked recruiting class — one that includes 14 freshman signees and four transfers — according to 247Sports.
Purdue students and staff have donated food, toiletries and other goods to ACE Campus Food Pantry this week during its weeklong food drive in honor of Martin Luther King Jr.
Purdue hosted multiple online discussions Wednesday to celebrate an Inauguration Day of Learning. One event was a discussion about the need for a peaceful and orderly transfer of power, followed by a Q&A with Purdue President Mitch Daniels.
Balancing classes and a part-time job is no different than balancing school and a mayoral campaign according to one Purdue junior and Illinois candidate.
Counseling and Psychological Services is hosting virtual opportunities for students to discuss their emotional reactions and ways of coping with current political stress ahead of Inauguration Day.
COVID-19 testing protocol for students living off-campus has changed for the spring semester, as the Protect Purdue Health Center is now utilizing a rapid COVID-19 test.
Months of reopening preparations and years of financial prudence set strong defenses against the pandemic, helping the University leave the year in the black.