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.
Former Purdue prof, ex-wife at center of investigation
Purdue Student Government adjourned for the final time this semester after passing bills in support of immigration legal services and the expansion of meal-plan options.
Approximately 135,000 fans will be allowed into Indianapolis Motor Speedway Memorial Day weekend to witness the 105th Indy 500, the speedway confirmed Wednesday afternoon.
Shelby Steele said that “white guilt” is not something the U.S. can depend on to move forward in the final installment of the Division of Diversity and Inclusion’s “Pursuing Racial Justice” series on Tuesday night.
President Mitch Daniels updated the University Senate Monday on the administration's plans to construct a new facility to replace the Patty Jischke Early Care and Education Center.
Lafayette's popular Fresh Air Eats program, where several downtown roads are blocked off on weekends to make room for outdoor dining, will return for Purdue's graduation weekend.
Three student-artists who contributed to the Krach Mural Project were honored for their work Monday evening by Purdue Student Government President Assata Gilmore. The students' art pieces can be viewed on the second floor of Krach Leadership Center.