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In the spirit of the 50th anniversary of the 1969 lunar landing, Purdue, commonly known as the Cradle of Astronauts, will launch a limited-time-only line of apparel this week. 

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The Academic and Student Affairs Committee is tackling broad goals for improving faculty and student support, including a possible “Oscars” for teachers and creating a steering committee to close student achievement gaps.

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In their first international event together as a 10-meter synchro team, Purdue divers Steele Johnson and Ben Bramley placed eighth in the event at the FINA World Championships on Monday.

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The historic plane “Flagship Detroit,” also known as the Douglas DC-3, will be on campus Wednesday and Thursday at Purdue University Airport.

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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.