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What will you be doing to protect your eyes on total solar eclipse day? Former president of @purdue_seds Zoe Slatkin explains why proper eye protection is so important. ☀️️🌑😎 #IndyEclipse24
It’s a story you’ll always remember. #Purdue alumna @heather.lucky.penney, one of the nation’s first female fighter pilots, took off in an unarmed F-16 fighter plane intending to crash into the hijacked United Flight 93 and prevent it from reaching Washington, D.C., on the morning of 9/11. 

Learn more about her experience at the 🔗 in bio.
Boilermakers have played pivotal roles in shaping the future of space exploration. 

A new website spotlights the key people, research and events that contribute to #Purdue’s ongoing legacy in space. 

At Purdue in Space, learn more about the 27 #Boilermaker astronauts, trace milestone events in the university’s space history and learn about our latest research that will help humankind travel to the moon and beyond. 

Check it out, and learn why Purdue is known as the Cradle of Astronauts. 

Link in bio.
#Purdue aviation history is full of #Boilermakers whose small steps led to giant leaps — legends, like Amelia Earhart and Neil Armstrong, and pioneers, like Cliff Turpin, the first Purdue graduate to become a pilot. 🛩️

Meet some unforgettable pilots, scientists and heroes at 🔗 in bio.
Eric Jakubiak’s #Purdue fan cave features traditional #Boilermaker sports memorabilia, but it also displays items that are highly personal to the 2003 @purdue.me graduate. 

One such item is a photo of Jakubiak and his friends, all decked out in Hawaiian shirts, on a night where Boilermaker fans had been encouraged to wear black to a basketball game at Mackey Arena. The group just so happened to bump into legendary @BoilerFootball coach Joe Tiller at the game and convinced him to pose for a photo. 

The photo’s value is entirely sentimental, but that moment was priceless for Jakubiak and his buddies — and he’s able to think back on it each time he walks past the photo in his fan cave. 

Check out the Tiller photo and the other items on display in Jakubiak’s Purdue fan cave at link in bio.
Are you watching the game today? 👀 

We’ll see you there! 

See how @masongillis_ works hard off the court so @boilerball can shine on the court.