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Imagine walking in to Lambert Fieldhouse to see rifles and sabres spinning through the air — that’s just a normal day at rehearsal for the Purdue Golden Silks winter guard, whose members can be seen during football games spinning their signature golden silks.

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In the summer of 2004, Brandon Jones was doing squat reps during a workout when he suffered an injury that would change how he lived his life.

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A safe place to talk about marijuana and good practices for people who enjoy the recreational uses of cannabis: that’s exactly what one Purdue club has to offer students.

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Sophomore Trevion Williams has been selected to represent the United States in the FIBA U19 World Cup. 

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Although some younger students may not be taking Purdue President Mitch Daniels’s advice to find “summer jobs detasseling corn or baling hay,” students in Indiana Future Farmers of America are practicing their agricultural skills over the summer.

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Purdue police and fire officials responded to a call around 1:40 p.m. of a female worker hurt by plywood Tuesday afternoon on the fifth floor of the renovation and addition to the Agricultural and Biological Engineering building.

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Former Purdue University defensive back and 1967 Rose Bowl Game Most Valuable Player John Charles died last week in Houston at the age of 75, according to Purdue teammate Leroy Keyes.