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John Wanamaker, an early 20th century department store magnate and marketing pioneer, famously quipped, so the legend goes, that 50% of the money he spent on advertising was wasted. The problem, he said, was that he couldn’t tell which 50%.
A new, old industry. That’s how the U.S. Department of Agriculture characterizes hemp, a versatile crop grown around the world for thousands of years, including in the U.S., before being effectively outlawed in the 1970s because hemp and marijuana are from the same plant.
High school seniors William Herrell and identical twins Jenelle and Sydney Ward hail from rural Indiana communities, excited about starting the next chapter in their lives: college. Now, they have something else in common: The Wards and Herrell are the first Fast Start program students to gain admission into Purdue University.
She grew up in an economically depressed area, became a teenage chess star, and traveled the world as an international chess woman grandmaster.
“Unprecedented” has been used often in 2020. Purdue University is using it yet again – as the university announces it will keep its West Lafayette campus tuition frozen — at 2012-13 levels — through at least 2022-23, marking 10 straight years of no tuition increase — unprecedented at Purdue and in higher education during modern times.
The Purdue Global Internship Program (PGIP) provides pending Purdue University Global graduates the opportunity to participate in a virtual internship as part of the completion of their degree program.
More than 1,700 Purdue University Global graduates worldwide took part in virtual commencement ceremonies on Saturday (Dec. 5).