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Purdue trustees today approved a new gateway building, Dudley Hall, which will be built for the College of Engineering and Purdue Polytechnic on the east part of campus.
Purdue President Mitch Daniels on Wednesday announced that Theresa Mayer, vice president for research and innovation at Virginia Tech, has been named Purdue's next executive vice president for research and partnerships.
Indiana State Fair officials announced five additional shows this week that will be part of the 17 total concerts that make up the 2019 Indiana State Fair Free Stage headline entertainment in August.
Purdue University’s Interfraternity Council, the student-led campus fraternity governing body, has captured its second national honor in the last three years.
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The Purdue women’s tennis team has the opportunity to sweep its final weekend of play when they host Maryland and Rutgers this weekend.
The Purdue men’s diving team had a member take home some top-tier hardware in Mission Viejo, California, this past week.
Fighting through rain, wind and cold, the Purdue women’s golf team claimed a second place finish out of six teams this weekend in the Lady Boilermaker Classic, held at Purdue’s Ackerman-Allen golf course.
For the first time this season, the men’s golf team returned to its home course for tournament play in West Lafayette, fittingly on Masters weekend.
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.
Coming off a 10 day break following a 5-2 loss to then-No. 12 Baylor, the Purdue men's tennis convincingly lost its first Big Ten match of the season against rival Indiana, falling 5-0 with the last two matches going unfinished.
After dropping both of their matches in the ITA Kick-Off tournament in Texas the previous weekend, the men’s tennis team kicked it into high gear and rebounded with a dominating 7-0 win over Toledo on Saturday afternoon.