“A New Normal” is a series of opinion pieces about the way we live now.
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…
While most Purdue students likely spent their time in quarantine wishing they were back on campus, watching Netflix and fielding a seemingly endless number of Zoom calls, junior and cybersecurity major Carlos Santiago said he wanted to make a difference.
Joseph Desmond, a senior in the Krannert School of Management and Purdue Pete, was arrested on multiple charges at McDonald’s at 605 W. Stadium Ave around 2 a.m. Oct. 11, according to a probable cause affidavit filed today.
While students last semester were able to freely elect whether to take fall classes online or in person, the process this Spring to switch to online is a bit more complicated.
While students were laying down blankets on a grid of white dots on Memorial Mall, an inflatable Purdue Pete teetered back and forth as if he too couldn’t wait for Saturday’s football game to start.
Around 170 cadets participate in the Reserve Officer Training Corps program on campus, where they receive military and physical training throughout the year. Standardized black masks now accompany their signature camouflage uniforms as restrictions on gatherings and events pose a challenge t…
Despite long lines of mask-less students crowding Harry's Chocolate Shop and other Chauncey Hill bars Saturday morning, a University spokesperson said participating in Breakfast Club is not a violation of the Protect Purdue Pledge.
Purdue Student Government has paired with Spin to offer students and faculty free rides to the polls on Election Day.
Students dressed as bananas, cowboys and giraffes lined the sidewalks outside of bars in Chauncey Village hours before kickoff Saturday morning, later than Breakfast Club’s traditional 7 a.m. start time but early nonetheless.