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Tuesday (Sept. 26) event to focus campus community on safety awareness

In conjunction with September’s National Preparedness Month, Purdue University will host an event Tuesday (Sept. 26) to promote safety awareness on campus.

Week of activities planned for Purdue homecoming

Purdue University's 2017 Homecoming week will include activities for students, faculty and the public with events having themes from multiple decades.

Dziekan cprAutoCPR senior project earns honor for Biomedical Engineering

Four students from the Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering have taken on the challenge of trying to save lives in Ecuador and other countries.

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The Boiler Business Exchange of Indianapolis invites Purdue fans to put on their gold and black and kick off the 2017 football season in style at the Circle Up! Boiler Tailgate 2.0 on Indianapolis’ Monument Circle on Friday (Sept. 1).

Sweden biogasPurdue completes another record year for study abroad

The number of Purdue University students studying abroad has increased four years in a row.

Purdue to provide subsidy for students assigned to off-campus apartments

Purdue University students assigned to two off-campus commercial units will have part of their bills credited to help make up for the additional cost. Purdue President Mitch Daniels proposed the credit, which on Friday (Aug. 4) was endorsed by the university’s Board of Trustees. The 265 students assigned to these units will receive revised housing invoices.

August 2017 Commencement MarchC-SPAN founder, Purdue graduate keynotes summer commencement

Brian Lamb, Purdue alumnus and founder of C-SPAN Networks, delivered the keynote address at the university’s summer commencement ceremony Saturday (Aug. 5).

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