- Purdue alumnus wins Olympic bronze medal Saturday
- Doubling Up: Boudia keeps chase of 2nd gold in perspective
- Purdue Swimming and Diving: Boilermakers split at Big Ten triple duals
- Purdue Swimming and Diving: Big Ten Triple Duals up next for Purdue
- Purdue Swimming and Diving: Boilermakers B-Town Bound for IU Dual
- Purdue swimming and diving: swim-dive wins in style at senior meet
- Purdue Swimming and Diving: Boilermakers ready for senior salute meet
- Swimmers prepare for final tuneup meet before Grand Prix
- Purdue swimming: Men’s, women’s swim dive squads set to face off with in-state rivals
- Divers prepare for NCAA qualification event
Assata Gilmore, current Purdue Student Government vice president and junior in the Krannert School of Management, and Hannah Walter, current senator and junior in the College of Health and Human Sciences, were announced as the next president and vice president with 58% of the vote.
Provost Jay Akridge announced the remote delivery of summer classes, Summer Transition, Advising and Registration days for incoming students and the cancellation of all May events on campus in an email to Boilermakers Monday morning.
Two major events at Purdue set to take place this month, Spring Fest and Purdue Day of Giving, have been canceled and postponed, respectively, causing new worries for those involved.
Since Purdue went online in response to the recent outbreak of the COVID-19 virus, some labs have seen research suspended, while other labs are being directed to study the ongoing pandemic.
Almost two weeks after Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb issued a stay-at-home order for the entire state, three men were cited for defying that order after taking their motorcycles for a joyride on campus.
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Steele Johnson and Adam Soldati were recognized with individual honors as Purdue men’s swimming and diving finished 13th to match its best showing in the modern era on the final night of the NCAA Championships on Saturday.
Purdue’s 2016 Olympic medalists Amanda Elmore and Steele Johnson were among the 11 Olympians from the state of Indiana in attendance Sunday as the group was recognized with a pair of prestigious honors in conjunction with the Colts’ season opener.
Fresh off the Rio Olympics, where he captured silver and bronze medals, Purdue alumnus David Boudia will be the featured speaker at the university's 16th annual Krannert Leadership Speakers Series on Sept. 29 at the Indiana Roof Ballroom in Indianapolis.