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Many traumas were brought to light after a petition calling for reform started circulating online. This in-depth look at issues TSC alumni say are fueled, in part by admin inaction, highlights just a handful of the dozens of stories retold over this last month.

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A recent unemployment scam originally reported in mid-June is spreading further around campus, according to police logs and Purdue University Police Department officials.

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Professors have offered differing opinions on their hopes and concerns about returning to campus this fall amid the ongoing public health crisis. The Exponent reached out to several professors to hear their opinions on the upcoming semester.

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As Monday's deadline looms ahead for undergraduate students to pick between online or in-person courses, international students say they feel ill-equipped to choose what their fall semester will look like.

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Editor's note: Follow along here for updates on the University's plans following its Tuesday announcement to transition to online classes indefinitely after spring break due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.

In the wake of Purdue President Mitch Daniels’ announcement that the University would transition to online instruction after spring break, the athletics department initially confirmed it had no plans to alter or cancel future events. Since then, several organizations have announced plans to …

The Catch-Up

In a day full of Purdue athletics, the No. 17 volleyball team started the day with a 3-0 win over visiting No. 23 Michigan (19-9, 12-6) Saturday. The Boilers (20-7, 12-6) won, 25-17, 25-22 and 29-27. Next up is the 4 p.m., Purdue at Wisconsin football game (Badgers favored by 24), then an 8 …

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