- Purdue Football: Plummer announced starter; Moore offers more of the offense
- Purdue Football: Controversial calls count the Boilers out
- Errors on special teams keep Boilers from win at Minnesota
- Purdue Football: Boilers brace for two-pronged offensive attack
- Purdue Football: Purdue refocuses after loss
- Purdue Football: Boilers prepare for rushing threat up north
- Evaluating Minnesota’s COVID danger ahead of Friday’s game
- Purdue Football: Brohm seeks improvement on both sides of the ball
- Purdue Football: Boilers dragged down
- Boilermakers lose tight, rainy game at home
The Purdue Board of Trustees approved several motions, among them a posthumous degree to a late IUPUI student, the ratification of several professors and the adoption of Purdue President Mitch Daniels’ performance metrics for the next academic year.
University Senate Chair Deb Nichols reported that burnout has increased as the semester progressed, according to a fourth wave of a senate survey from November.
A company founded by a Purdue alumnus has created new STEM tools for blind students to use for remote learning, as schools nationwide switch to online-delivery modes during the pandemic.
Purdue Student Government plans to hold another Mental Health Action Week during the week of February 1, allocating $40,000 to plan and host the week.
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Mackey Arena will host early voting and voting on Election Day to provide easier access to ballots for students, according to the staff chair of the Purdue Votes Coalition.
Purdue Athletics reported three more positive COVID-19 cases among staff and student-athletes in a weekly statement released Friday morning.
Editor's Note: The Exponent published a story on Thursday in print about the athletics budget based on a budget sheet earlier provided by Purdue Athletics. That information was not accurate to the final expenses, but rather a projected budget. The final budget was supplied to The Exponent la…
Purdue Athletic Director Mike Bobinski said via Zoom today that he anticipates football being played this calendar year, possibly as soon as October.
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Purdue sophomore defensive end George Karlaftis tested positive for COVID-19 this morning.
Just three days after a controversial loss to Minnesota, Purdue football coach Jeff Brohm and the Boilermakers (2-2) are heading into the week ready to take on Rutgers. Coach Brohm held a press conference Monday morning to recap the Minnesota loss after a long weekend of reflection.
Two special teams’ blunders and a pair of controversial officiating calls on the final drive proved too much for the Boilermakers to overcome against Minnesota Friday night.
Two missed field goals and a pair of penalties that prompted heavy backlash for the referees on social media spelled disaster for the Boilermakers, who fell to the Minnesota Golden Gophers, 34-31, Friday night in Minneapolis.