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Campus might be one step closer to free menstrual products in University bathrooms after faculty and staff discussed the matter Monday afternoon.
Although Purdue and Puerto Rico are separated by almost 2,000 miles of land and sea, some Purdue alumni and community members experienced the physical, economic and emotional toll of recent earthquakes there.
The Lunar New Year is one of the most important holidays in many Asian cultures, celebrated by over a billion people around the world. Saturday marked the beginning of 2020 in the lunar calendar.
Editor's note: The death toll for the helicopter crash is now being reported as nine, according to the LA Times. This was not reflected in our print edition, but our online version is now updated. The Exponent regrets this error.
Various professors spoke about what India's 71st Republic Day meant to them, having been away from their home countries for so many years, at a celebration in Hiler Theater on Friday night.
After losing badly to Illinois on Tuesday, the Purdue men's basketball team turned it around as it crushed Wisconsin, 70-51. Leading by 18 at halftime, the Boilermakers stretched their lead to as much as 28 points late in the second half. The Boilers were led by Isaiah Thompson with 14, whil…
Purdue’s Public Health Emergency Planning Committee is actively monitoring the status of novel coronavirus 2019 (2019-nCoV). There are no cases reported on campus or in the state of Indiana at this time.
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Former Purdue basketball star Caleb Swanigan will be graduating from the University at this weekend’s summer commencement, according to Jim Bush, the assistant director-editorial of Purdue University News Service.
Samara Miller, a senior in the College of Liberal Arts, will be the first athlete to graduate with a “Degree in 3” during Saturday's commencement.
The sports scene at Purdue is quiet during the summer months, but not gone altogether.
What Markus Bailey wore Friday during Big Ten Media Day
After a crushing 7-0 sweep from last year’s conference runner-up and then-No. 29 ranked Michigan, the Boilermakers (10-8, 3-3 Big Ten) returned to action in the best way possible with two conference wins, including a close 4-3 upset over No. 36 Nebraska and a dominating 6-1 win over Iowa.
Despite having six underclassmen out of eight players, the Purdue women’s tennis team almost completed an upset over No. 23 ranked Mississippi.
As a rocky season came to a close, the Purdue women’s tennis team prepared to say goodbye to three of its influential members.
The Boilers ended their Saturday double header with a 6-1 victory over the Toledo Rockets Saturday night.
The Purdue Boilermakers defeated the Butler Bulldogs 7-0 in Saturday's match in the Schwartz Tennis Center.
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.