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U.S. government buildings will fly the flag at half-staff through Memorial Day weekend in memory of the nearly 100,000 people who have died of COVID-19, President Trump announced Thursday night. The decision comes after Democratic leaders in Congress sent a letter to the president requesting…
Seniors Jaret Carpenter and Janae' Moffitt of the track and field team have been named Purdue's recipients of the Big Ten Medal of Honor, the Big Ten Conference has announced.
In the second case against Purdue and one of dozens against other colleges across the nation, a student is suing the University for pro-rated tuition and fees he paid but argues he didn't receive the benefits of.
Purdue President Mitch Daniels said a professor’s concern about teaching students on campus in the fall without a vaccine represented a “very tiny minority view” on a CNN interview Tuesday night.
For the first time since he transferred from Purdue to Brigham Young University a few weeks ago, Boiler big man Matt Haarms spoke publicly about those reacting poorly to his decision.
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Purdue stole two down-to-the-wire wins on the road last week, improving its record to 17-10 and 8-7 in the Big Ten. Te Boilers look forward to their next Big Ten opponent, Michigan State, tonight.
NASCAR driver Ryan Newman, a Purdue alumnus, is in serious condition with non-life-threatening injuries after a horrendous last-lap crash at the Daytona 500.
Purdue is taking the loss to Indiana at home in stride as the team continues its week of Big Ten games.
Spirits are high after the 76-66 women’s basketball victory against Michigan State on the road Thursday.
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.