Safety and weather news
Several substance-free activities will be offered through Saturday (April 24) for Purdue students as part of the annual Grand Prix celebrations.
Two clinics to provide free mumps vaccinations have been set for Tuesday, April 12, and Monday, April 18, at Purdue University. The vaccination clinics were scheduled following the confirmation of several cases of mumps on the West Lafayette campus.
Purdue University is investigating five confirmed or probable cases of mumps on the West Lafayette campus. The university is working with the Tippecanoe County Health Department and the Indiana State Department of Health to identify and directly notify anyone who may have been in close contact with these cases, and advises faculty, staff, students and members of the community to educate themselves on the symptoms, transmission and prevention of mumps.
Patrolling the streets in South Korea has given a Purdue University Police Department lieutenant a different perspective on law enforcement.
Purdue University's Environmental Health and Public Safety Office will offer three sessions in April for the university community on severe weather awareness and actions to take in the event of a tornado.
The National Weather Service, in conjunction with several Indiana state agencies, will conduct a statewide test of communication systems at approximately 10:15 a.m. and 7:35 p.m. on March 22.
Purdue is on normal operations for Thursday (Feb. 25), but some road conditions might impact drivers.