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A Buck Creek man has been charged with eight counts that include rape and kidnapping as police continue to hunt for him after he allegedly kidnapped and assaulted a woman whose car became disabled Saturday night on County Road 900 East.
A former Purdue professor is appealing the decision of a federal judge to allow a former student to proceed unnamed in a lawsuit against him.
Although some younger students may not be taking Purdue President Mitch Daniels’s advice to find “summer jobs detasseling corn or baling hay,” students in Indiana Future Farmers of America are practicing their agricultural skills over the summer.
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D.J. Byrd is a born-and-raised Hoosier. He played high school basketball at North Montgomery High in Crawfordsville, was rated the top Indiana recruit in 2009 by 247Sports and only went a couple of miles north up U.S. Route 231 to play college ball at Purdue.
Purdue softball will be visiting the Northwestern Wildcats over the weekend in a conference battle. The Boilermakers (30-17, 6-8 Big Ten) will look to better their conference record over the weekend in Evanston, Illinois.
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.
Another new pool record for the women’s team coupled with five more event victories highlighted the second and final day of the Big Ten Triple Duals for the Purdue swimming and diving teams.
The Purdue swimming and diving teams close out their dual meet schedules this weekend with the annual two-day Big Ten Triple Duals, hosted by Northwestern this season.
The Purdue swimming and diving teams compete against a Big Ten opponent for the first time since early November on Saturday when they visit Indiana for the annual rivalry dual meet.
Five Boilermakers each won a pair of individual events, highlighting the senior salute meet for the Purdue swimming and diving teams Friday evening at the Boilermaker Aquatic Center.
Both the Purdue men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams will recognize their senior swimmers during Friday’s final home co-ed meet of the season.
Senior freestyle swimmer Allie Davis won Big Ten swimmer of the week for this week, along with Emily Kopas of Michigan and Yu Zhou of Minnesota, behind three first-place finishes that added to a Purdue victory at the Florida International Sprint Invitational.