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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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Purdue faced Louisville on Sunday at the Bass-Rudd Tennis Center in what turned out to be a tough loss.
The Boilermakers (4-1) faced Marquette University (2-2) and University of Wisconsin, Green Bay (0-4) on Saturday, coming away with two wins.
Purdue was victorious with a 6-1 win against IUPUI Sunday at the Schwartz Tennis Center.
The Purdue’s men’s tennis team played University of Toledo this past Saturday, coming out on top with a 6-1 victory. A winning start to the season is a step in the right direction for Purdue.
Coming off of a 3-game losing streak to then-No. 7 Illinois, Michigan State and then-No. 11 Michigan, the Boilermakers (8-12, 0-5 Big Ten) almost found redemption against an unrelenting Northwestern team, but ultimately fell 4-3, extending their losing streak to four games.
Coming off doubleheader wins last weekend over Green Bay and Butler, the Purdue men’s tennis team finds itself on a four-game win streak with an above-.500 record after pulling out a last-match win over Drake 4-3 and sweeping IUPUI 7-0.