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The Purdue Boilermakers fell to 1-2 on the season after a 34-13 loss to Texas Christian in Ross-Ade Stadium. Purdue's offense struggled without quarterback Elijah Sindelar, only able to score one touchdown with 204 total yards of offense. Freshman quarterback Jack Plummer stepped in for Sind…

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As the future of food-delivery robots has become a reality for Purdue students, the robots have struggled to adjust to the everyday woes of navigating a crowded campus.

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Purdue confirmed Friday that, despite some student and faculty opposition to Chick-fil-A, the restaurant will be welcomed in Third Street Suites North in fall 2020.

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While some say the Cornerstone program is beneficial, some faculty believe the program is draining their resources as it heads into its third year.

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A Catholic priest rides around on campus on a golf cart — this isn’t the set-up for a joke, but a new initiative by the Rev. Patrick Baikauskas.

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The Air Force ROTC held a vigil Wednesday at sundown on the lawn of the Armory honoring soldiers who are prisoners of war or who have gone missing in action. The event was led by cadet first lieutenant Chandler Herren and featured guest speaker Gene Richards, a retired Blackhawk pilot and co…

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Former Purdue University defensive back and 1967 Rose Bowl Game Most Valuable Player John Charles died last week in Houston at the age of 75, according to Purdue teammate Leroy Keyes.

The Catch-Up

On Tuesday, the Purdue women’s tennis team was awarded an at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament, marking the fourth-straight year and eighth time in program history the team has qualified to compete on collegiate tennis’ biggest stage.

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