Stories of Purdue
Purdue’s one-of-a-kind theatre engineering program combines artist’s creativity, engineer’s diligence
Jessica Goldberg dreams of becoming a professional designer of theme park dark rides, creating immersive storytelling experiences like Disney’s Haunted Mansion, where guided vehicles transport guests through the ride’s various scenes.
It all started with an anonymous thank you. What began on Reddit, with one Purdue student thanking another for a much-needed pick-me-up, resulted in this warm cup of Boilermaker holiday cheer.
Live performance, virtual audience: Purdue Musical Organizations returns to Elliott Hall for 88th annual Christmas Show
In March 2020, the world of live performance changed. The student musicians of Purdue Musical Organizations (PMO) spent the rest of the semester singing from their bedrooms and the rest of the year adapting to the Protect Purdue protocols established to keep them safe as they sang.
Sirisha Bandla’s earliest childhood memories involve lying on the roof of her family’s home in India and staring at the night sky.
Ovarian cancer patient Carol Giandonato admits to being apprehensive when her oncologist told her he wanted to make her cancer cells turn fluorescent green.
While instructor and family endured unthinkable circumstances back home, colleagues at Purdue rallied to support their fresh start in America.
Not many students can claim that they designed and built wearable, miniature symbols of their university on their resume, except for a senior in Mechanical Engineering, Joe Navarra.
Shep Dick, Issy Block and their teammates thought they had found an ideal solution to the task at hand. And maybe they had.
The fraternities and sororities of the National Pan-Hellenic Council
Morgan Torres joined the military at 17, thrived as a student at Purdue and is returning to make a difference at the Veterans Success Center.