Imagine walking past the Wilmeth Active Learning Center and seeing a student duct-taped to a light post, circling his arms like a basketball rim as other students throw basketballs at him.
When watching local television in Greater Lafayette and throughout the Midwest, one might hear the following words as a commercial cuts to black.
The Neon Cactus, a 28-year staple of West Lafayette's Levee Plaza that has drawn generations of Purdue students to trek down the State Street hill, brightly colored Cactus cups in hand to enjoy dancing, singing and drinking in the nightclub, has closed permanently.
Deborah Watkins sat in a chair on the porch of the home she rents in Lafayette’s Lincoln neighborhood on Monday afternoon. A passing car slowed as it stopped to park in front of her house. Her 32-year-old niece, Crystal Duke, exited.
After a spring spent reeling from a tumultuous shift to online learning, school corporations have mere weeks before the fall semester to scrutinize layers of precautions or protocols to decide what — or who — they may have forgotten.
After the August announcement that the Big Ten would postpone fall sports until 2021, Purdue’s All-American Marching Band pivoted its focus from football games to readying its players for next season and beyond.
For the third time in the past four weeks, Purdue students took to the street in support of the Black Lives Matter movement. Marching from the Black Cultural Center on 3rd street, the student protesters ended up at Hovde Hall where they listed to several speeches as well as the list of deman…
A professor on the Purdue University Senate Athletic Affairs Committee resigned from her position following the Big Ten's announcement that a football season will be played, a reversal of the conference's prior decision to cancel games amid fears of the coronavirus's spread.
Purdue hosted a virtual event with Maria Hinojosa, Julián Castro and Dolores Huerta as part of Hispanic Heritage Month to discuss how the Latino community is fighting for racial justice alongside the Black Lives Matter movement.
University Residences will be assigning residents to bathrooms by the end of this week, according to an email from a Resident Assistant in Owen Residence Hall.