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  • New building proves that Ag isn't just for farmers June 23, 2016
    As of August 29, Purdue’s agronomy farm will have a new building for phenotyping, which is all part of the Smarter Agriculture plan.
    By AVERY NUNEZ Summer Reporter
  • Renaming of golf course highlights Board of Trustees meeting June 23, 2016
    The Purdue University Board of Trustees approved the renaming of a Purdue campus golf course on June 17.
    By DENNIS CONRAD Summer Reporter
  • Fire at Hampton Civil Engineering building June 23, 2016
    A fire occurred at Purdue University's Hampton Civil Engineering building this morning. The entire building was evacuated after smoke alarms detected the fire at roughly 11:30 a.m.
    BY DENNIS CONRAD Summer Reporter
  • Graduate students can attend free movie screening tonight June 23, 2016
    Dawn or Doom ‘16 is coming together with the graduate student government to offer a free screening of the “PhD Movie” tonight at 7 p.m. at the graduate student center.
    By GEORGE LANDSLY Summer Editor
  • Former engineering professor, VP dies June 23, 2016
    A former Purdue faculty member and high level administrator died last week.
    Staff Reports
  • Purdue Jargon June 21, 2016
    Blackboard Learn: an online learning course management system. Professors and instructors use this website to post announcements, assignments, quizzes, test, grades, etc. for their classes.
    By AVERY NUNEZ features@purdueexponent.org Summer Reporter Boilermaker Special: Purdue’s official mascot. You can ride the boilermaker special during specific events or rides can be arranged through the Reamer Club.
  • How to stay safe on campus June 21, 2016
    Just because night life is the time you can take a step back and relax, doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be aware of your surroundings and stay safe.
    By AVERY NUNEZ features@purdueexponent.org Summer Reporter
  • Former Purdue administrator dies in California June 21, 2016
    A former Purdue high-level administrator has died in California.
    STAFF REPORTS
  • Underground tunnels provide a warmer, safer way to traverse campus June 20, 2016
    As new students gear up for the winter months that comprise a large part of Purdue’s academic year, they may want to take advantage of the underground tunnels around campus.
    By GEORGE LANDSLY managingeditor@purdueexponent.org Summer Editor
  • 2016-17 Purdue Convocations schedule has been released June 20, 2016
    Purdue Convocations revealed its 2016-17 lineup on Friday night.
    By GEORGE LANDSLY Summer Editor
Purdue Bell Tower (WLFI File Photo)

3-D Printing Club flourishes on campus

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (The Exponent) – Handheld, plastic models of a Tyrannosaurus rex’s skull, a turbine and a bust of a Purdue student all …

WLFI File Photo

Undergraduates cheat more than graduates

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (The Exponent) – While undergraduate and graduate students can be found guilty of cheating, some Purdue officials find …

Photo shows the tennis courts near Windsor Hall on the campus of Purdue University. (Photo Provided/The Exponent)

Tennis courts remain unused for years

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (The Exponent) – It’s been four years since the Purdue community last played tennis on campus. The six tennis courts, l…

Purdue University Airport (WLFI Photo)

Purdue University Airport master plan

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (The Exponent) – Three more aircraft hangars may be built on the east side of the Purdue airport, according to the Purd…