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Kenny Furukawa sits in the lobby of Tarkington Residence Hall on Monday afternoon, two "Persona Non Grata" orders on the table in front of him.
After the August announcement that the Big Ten would postpone fall sports until 2021, Purdue’s All-American Marching Band pivoted its focus from football games to readying its players for next season and beyond.
In a third protest since the beginning of the semester, a familiar scene unfolded: Students toted "Black Lives Matter" signs. Chants of victims of white violence rang through the streets.
Candles blazed as the sun set Sunday night, lighting faces in a crowd of nearly 100 who gathered for a vigil honoring the legacy of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the iconic U.S. Supreme Court Justice whose death Friday shook the nation.
The Purdue Promise leadership program said in an email to students Sunday night that it will not host its three-week study-abroad trip to Spain or Scotland set for May 2021.
For the third time in the past four weeks, Purdue students took to the street in support of the Black Lives Matter movement. Marching from the Black Cultural Center on 3rd street, the student protesters ended up at Hovde Hall where they listed to several speeches as well as the list of deman…
A professor on the Purdue University Senate Athletic Affairs Committee resigned from her position following the Big Ten's announcement that a football season will be played, a reversal of the conference's prior decision to cancel games amid fears of the coronavirus's spread.
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Former Purdue guard Nojel Eastern announced on Thursday in a Twitter post that he will transfer to Howard University, a private university in Washington, D.C.
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.
After delays in receiving the accurate number of Purdue athletes who had tested positive for the coronavirus raised alarm among county health officials on Friday, the Tippecanoe County Health Department aims to partner with Purdue to create a local “backup” system for monitoring positive cases.
After administering more than 400 COVID-19 tests since the beginning of June, Purdue Athletics has announced that 27 individuals have tested positive for the virus.
The Purdue women’s tennis team finished its first successful weekend at home and is quickly moving on to another weekend of play.
The Purdue women’s tennis team is set for another full weekend of tennis as it welcomes DePaul and Tulsa.
The women's tennis team fell to Tennessee on Friday and Notre Dame on Sunday as they extend their loss streak to five matches.
The women’s tennis team is coming off of a three-match losing streak as it looks forward to a weekend at home.
The Purdue women’s tennis team is continuing its time away from Purdue as it travels to Seattle to take on the University of Washington.
Teamwork and intensity are key for Purdue as it takes on the spring 2020 season. The Boilers (3-0) look to maintain their unblemished record at the ITA Kickoff Weekend. There they will face South Carolina (0-1) on Saturday and either Georgia Tech or Wisconsin on Sunday.