Safety and weather news
The fight against one of the world's deadliest infectious diseases — malaria — may soon have two new weapons.
Purdue University will test its emergency notification system, including sirens, at 10 a.m. Thursday (Sept. 30).
Music group Choir! Choir! Choir! to lead Purdue Homecoming audiences in sing-alongs at Slayter Center
Purdue Convocations presents Toronto-based singing group Choir! Choir! Choir! to lead three Homecoming Week sing-alongs at Slayter Center for the Performing Arts.
Officers with the Tippecanoe County Traffic Safety Partnership, which includes the Lafayette, West Lafayette and Purdue Police departments, Tippecanoe County Sheriff's Department and Indiana State Police, will conduct a campus sobriety checkpoint on Friday (Sept. 3) night in West Lafayette. In addition to the checkpoint, officers will continue to conduct dedicated extra patrols, targeting impaired drivers.
Purdue University will conduct evacuation drills and test its all-hazards outdoor emergency warning sirens this week during Boiler Gold Rush, the orientation program for new students.
With campus operations returning to normal and record enrollment for the fall semester, the Purdue University Police Department is reminding students, faculty, staff and visitors to pay attention and stay alert while navigating campus streets and sidewalks.
The Purdue University Police Department will soon add a body-worn surveillance camera system for all of its officers on the West Lafayette campus, the university announced Thursday (July 22).