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The Big Ten Conference announced today that it has approved plans for a fall 2020 football season consisting of a 10-game conference-only schedule set to start the week of Sept. 5, per a Wednesday morning release.

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Provost Jay Akridge and other Purdue administrators talked on a wide range of topics from the discrepancies in reporting test results to the differences between isolation and quarantine during the weekly provost conversation on Tuesday. Read a few of the highlights here:

Purdue is working on a new way to get Boilermakers into Ross-Ade Stadium in the fall: movies on the new video screen.

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The Purdue Farmers Market has been canceled for 2020, following Protect Purdue event guidelines, according to a press release posted today.

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Officials in the Tippecanoe County Health Department told The Exponent they were no longer allowed to comment on the case counts at Purdue, days after both explained they had noticed a discrepancy in the number of positive test results between Purdue Athletics' reporting and information the …

The week after Purdue Athletics and the Tippecanoe County Health Department conferred to align numbers of positive cases of the coronavirus in the campus community, the athletics department announced it is monitoring eight active cases as of Friday, having counted 35 total positive cases sin…

In Case You Missed It

Minor League Baseball announced Tuesday that all players will continue to receive a $400 weekly allowance through May 31 or the minor league opening day, whichever comes first. The decision extended a statement made on March 19, which paid players $400 weekly through April 8.

The Catch-Up

WOODBURY, Minn. – Freshman Inez Wanamarta opened her Boilermaker career in grand fashion this week, shooting a final-round, five-under 67, tying for medalist honors at the Minnesota Invitational, hosted by the Golden Gophers at Prestwick Golf Club on Monday and Tuesday. Her three-round total…

Purdue graduate August Kim was named First Team All-America by the Women’s Golf Coaches Association on Tuesday after a strong showing at the NCAA Championships in Sugar Grove, Illinois.

The Purdue women’s golf team competed in the NCAA Championships for the 15th time in the last 16 seasons. While not placing as high as they hoped, team members and coaches are confident in the future of the program.