A third student has won the annual Tyler Trent Courage and Resilience Award for his determination to lead a thriving, independent life in the face of a condition that causes progressive deterioration of one's muscle mass.
The head of Purdue’s aviation school was venting his frustrations to two colleagues over a phone call last week. The University’s partnership with a for-profit company that occupies a hangar at the Purdue Airport, he said, had become exceedingly difficult.
An Indiana Journalism hall-of-famer and a former Purdue defensive end remember Purdue legend Marvin Leroy Keyes as a football sensation, as do legions of Purdue fans.
Several Purdue students are trapped in Myanmar after a military-backed coup seized control of the government and arrested the de-facto civilian leader and many other opposition leaders.
After working with children in the juvenile justice system and realizing her desire to help others, a long-time Tippecanoe County resident has shifted her services to become West Lafayette Police Department’s first social worker.
FOWLER, Indiana — The idea for two women, one from Lafayette and one from Fowler, to partner up and open two businesses in one building essentially began with a frantic phone call.
Purdue's Board of Trustees approved the civics literacy requirement to be implemented on the Purdue West Lafayette campus starting in the fall. It will start on all other campuses in fall 2022.
Purdue’s Board of Trustees will meet Friday to vote on the implementation of a civics literacy graduation requirement for Purdue West Lafayette — and all of its satellite campuses.
Former Purdue volleyball player Annie Drews was selected to USA Volleyball's 12-woman roster to compete for the U.S. indoor volleyball team at the 2020 Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo.
In its first in-person meeting since before the pandemic, the West Lafayette City Council voted to opt out of a statewide settlement of multiple lawsuits against Purdue Pharma on Monday night.
Although distinct from the program offerings at other Big Ten schools and separate from Purdue Bands & Orchestras in practice, Purdue’s new music major has music leaders on campus excited about what it will offer to students.