- Baseball unsure of the future amid COVID-19 pandemic
- Coronavirus live updates: Big Ten tournament canceled
- Boilermakers hope to strike first in Saturday doubleheader
- Purdue Baseball: Evan Albrecht and the Boilers look to carry over offensive momentum
- NCAA, Big Ten to play without fans
- Purdue Basketball: Purdue looks to make one final push toward NCAA tournament
- Purdue Women's Tennis: Boilers buckle down for tough weekend
- Purdue Men's Basketball: Eastern, Williams receive year-end awards
- Purdue Wrestling: Wrestlers claim fifth at Big Ten Championships
- Purdue Men's Basketball: Boilers lose in overtime heartbreaker
The Purdue Student Government vice presidential candidates spoke about how they planned on improving PSG, which included supporting student organizations and advocating for unrepresented students.
The two Purdue Student Government presidential candidates spoke about coronavirus, mental health and other issues during a virtual debate Friday.
The Tippecanoe County coroner's office confirmed Tuesday that Emily Mettler, a 27-year-old Purdue Fort Wayne graduate student, died in a March 25 car crash.
LOS ANGELES – Before the coronavirus outbreak shuttered colleges, Crystal Hammond worked three paid internships and did her homework on campus or at local coffee shops. School offered her the security and opportunity to focus on her future, she said.
Voting for Purdue Student Government's 2020 election began Sunday night, and will last until 11:59 p.m. Wednesday. The Exponent did a Q&A with the two groups running for PSG's executive branch. Assata Gilmore and Mason Merkel are running for the presidential spot, with Hannah Walter and …
Purdue President Mitch Daniels announced in an email Tuesday the creation of a task force to look at what precautions the University may need to take in the fall semester as coronavirus compounds the regular flu season.
The NCAA Division I Council voted Monday to approve an extra year of eligibility for all spring sport athletes who had their seasons canceled because of COVID-19, but the generosity will come with a caveat for seniors:
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At 95 years old, Bill Berberian is still making strides in his history of coaching basketball: an induction into the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame in 2020, according to an article by WLFI News-18.
Officials from INDYCAR and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway announced today that the Indianapolis 500 has been postponed to August 23 due to the coronavirus outbreak.
College athletes don’t usually have a lot of free time.
On March 12, just hours before game time, Purdue men’s basketball players heard one of the last things they wanted to hear.
My only memory of living through a pandemic comes from the 2009 swine flu outbreak in the U.S. I was 10 years old, and I had no idea what was going on in the world besides what came over the Michigan Radio broadcasts my mom played in the car.
The Big Ten announced in a statement Friday morning that the cancellation of all athletic activities, tournaments and recruiting efforts would be re-evaluated on April 6.
The NCAA announced in a statement released Thursday afternoon that March Madness for both men's and women's basketball has been canceled.