I am not really into older guys. Read more'Ben there, done that': Smash or pass: Purdue Pete
“Parks and Recreation” (2009-2015) Read more'Raghav's Recaps': The most optimistic sitcom you'll ever watch
I didn’t feel like doing anything productive on Friday night, so instead, I decided to brave the cold and rain to watch the Purdue Homecoming Parade. Read more'Ben there, done that': Homecoming Parade reviewed by a candy-loving toddler
I have an awful habit of going on eBay and just searching for random vintage Purdue memorabilia. I have accumulated so much memorabilia and knowledge of old Purdue that the Reamer Club should be afraid. Read moreBen there, done that: Sticking out like a green cap
Imagine living your whole life trapped inside a cage. Read moreOp-ed: We cannot let this suffering continue
It’s hard to believe there were two versions of PAL 3.0 worse than what we have now. Read more'Ben there, done that': The 5 stages of PAL
I have had the pleasure, or more so the experience, of living in both Earhart and Cary Quadrangle Residence Halls. Read more'Ben there, done that': To swelter or not to swelter
Now, I know what you are likely thinking. It’s probably something along the lines of: “Who is this and why is he trying to tell me which dining courts are the best?” Read more'Ben there, done that': How Purdue's dining courts stack up
Matt Painter’s steps echoed as he walked into a quiet room. The defeated coach sat down and let out a sigh before, in a hushed voice, talking through his team’s performance. Read moreOPINION: Switching to zone may save Purdue's defense
Dear President Daniels, Read moreOp-Ed: Daniels' letter is "disheartening"
President Daniels published an opinion lauding Dr. Steven Koonin in the Washington Post on Oct. 12, which accompanied his inviting of Dr. Koonin to present a Presidential Lecture on Oct. 19 at Purdue University. Read moreSubmitted Opinion Piece: Koonin's inclusion in the Presidential Lecture series 'isn't courageous;' It feeds public disinformation
In late July, a federal judge upheld Indiana University’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate for all students, faculty and staff, save for medical and religious exemptions. In the court opinion, Judge Damon R. Leichty emphasized the safety and efficacy of COVID-19 vaccines and affirmed IU’s legal auth… Read moreOPINION: Purdue, do the right thing and mandate the COVID-19 vaccine
As an editor, one of the most important things I try to teach reporters is the value of live, interactive conversations, as opposed to email exchanges. Read moreColumn: Put down the keyboard, pick up the phone
When Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb announced that as of March 31, all residents over the age of 16 were eligible to receive the vaccine, I was determined to book an appointment at the earliest date possible. Read moreCOLUMN: I just got vaccinated. Here’s what you should expect.
When news of the Atlanta spa shootings first struck, the feeling I was overwhelmed with wasn’t sadness, despair or anger. It was fatigue. Read moreCOLUMN: Just another 'bad day' in America
When asked about his recovery and return to the football field, Lorenzo Neal changed the subject. Read moreOpinion: Are student-athletes free to speak their minds?
Two Purdue teams set multiple program records and flirted with a few school records in events across swimming, diving and track and field over the weekend.
Just when the Golden Gophers cut the Boilermaker lead down to 9 points in the fourth quarter, Lasha Petree and Cassidy Hardin hit crucial 3-point shots that made the Mackey Arena crowd erupt in cheers as Purdue regained control of the game and paved the way for a comfortable 75-56 win.
Letters to the Editor
Editor's note: This is in response to a widely shared video of Purdue Northwest Chancellor Thomas Keon's apology for imitating speakers of Asian languages at the university's commencement on Dec. 10. Purdue's trustees announced last week they have accepted his apology, despite condemnation f…
Every year, professional winemakers from around the world flock to the Indy International Wine Competition, as they have done since 1992. This event, organized and hosted by the Purdue Wine Grape Team, draws over 3,000 entries from 11 different countries. It's a little-known fact that Purdue…
Not long ago I read an article in Nature, a science and technology journal, titled “Give all Ph.D. Scholars a living wage now.” This article moved me as it is my reality, and I am sure my colleagues must feel the same.
I read the article “I am extremely excluded” this weekend. It would seem that some Honors College students need to recalibrate their reasons for being in the college.
As a pickup truck driver on campus, I understand the need to find suitable parking can be challenging. Sometimes, that’s going to be in a parking garage.
As a native of West Lafayette now living in Ohio and Kuwait, I follow The Exponent for campus as well as city news. I’ve noticed that except for Garry Kasparov, Mitch Daniels’ recent Presidential Lectures Series skews strongly towards the political right. I certainly hope that the new admini…