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Boilermaker fans were able to watch their favorite former Boilermakers win once again in the eighth edition of "The Basketball Tournament."
An incoming freshman was the first of 10 students to be named a winner of the Old Golden Ticket challenge after an announcement on Friday. Quentin Betts, from Purdue Polytechnic High School, received the first $10,000 cash prize on the steps of Hovde Hall.
Purdue's men's and women's track and field teams each earned All-Academic honors while 14 individual athletes were named to the All-Academic team, per an announcement Thursday by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association.
This summer, three U-19 FIBA finalists returned to Purdue’s men’s basketball roster with one goal in mind: Keep building from where they were last year.
It took several years of trial and error for Purdue athletes to master their own unique creative passions, whether it be artwork, music, or tattooing. It took several more for the upstart artists to create social media accounts, build their own brands and separate themselves from other influ…
A crowd stands in front of the Engineering Fountain, cheering as a group of cyclists comes riding in. The cyclists seem more than ready to pry themselves off of their bikes and set them gently on the grass. Nathan Kahlenbeck, dressed in neon green attire, immediately runs into the fountain …
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The green flag will fall at the 64th Purdue Grand Prix Sunday afternoon, the Foundation confirmed Friday afternoon in an email.
No doubt, the Grand Prix — and all the unofficial festivities that surround the race — will look different this year.
Approximately 135,000 fans will be allowed into Indianapolis Motor Speedway Memorial Day weekend to witness the 105th Indy 500, the speedway confirmed Wednesday afternoon.
Sunday, 2 p.m.