Pat Gorman sat in his graduate student office at Purdue University when an administrative assistant rushed in and told him that America “was under attack.”
Jack Austin, a third-grader at West Lafayette Elementary School, wanted his classmates to wish his mother “Happy Birthday” via Zoom. The only problem?
Lawmakers are planning to double fines for stores that sell tobacco products to anyone under 21 years old, according to a WLFI press release. Tobacco products refers to both smoking and vaping devices.
The Rev. Jim Barnett will be remembered during extended funeral arrangements for him on Wednesday near Chicago.
According to University press release, award-winning cellist Camille Thomas, with accompaniment by pianist Julien Brocal, is performing in Stewart Center's Loeb Playhouse on Oct. 24.
A crowdfunding campaign set up by the University for the Protect Purdue Initiative has raised nearly $30,000 by Friday morning to help reopen campus in the fall.
A former Purdue employee has filed a federal lawsuit against Purdue’s Board of Trustees and a Purdue employee, alleging they violated the Family and Medical Leave Act when they fired her earlier this year.
Green industry professionals from landscape firms, lawn care companies, golf courses, sports turf companies, garden centers and more are invited to the 2020 Turf and Landscape Virtual Field Day.
Student volunteers are wanted for a new University-offered summer consulting internship program, which may help make campus a safer place come fall.
Wednesday afternoon’s SpaceX launch to the International Space Station was scrubbed because of bad weather — but industrial engineering professor and former NASA employee Barrett Caldwell said it’s better to be "right" than “right now.”