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If catastrophe struck the Chicago area, many thousands of evacuees would require transportation out of the disaster zone and a place to receive medical care, food and temporary shelter. Regional reception centers would be needed to pop into action...
A piece of art outside a downtown apartment building where a teenager fell to his death in September is getting some tough reviews. The artwork, which depicts a man with his hands on the ground and legs in the air, is supposed to show a man breakdancing,...
Purdue officials sent a note to students after someone discovered a racist remark written on a whiteboard Wednesday night. Purdue administrators said students found the hate word at the Roland G. Parrish Library of Management and Economics in the...
Tags: Social Issues, Students, Teaching and Learning, Racism
Purdue University is helping develop a new form of biofuel. The U.S. Department of Energy awarded $5 million to a team of researchers Wednesday. The researchers are working to develop a plant that could produce a substance that can directly be used as...
Dr. Cornell Bell is an integral part of Purdue University history. A faculty member for 36 years, he founded the Krannert Management School's Business Opportunity Program, giving hundreds of students a chance to succeed. "The contributions of Dr. Bell...
Lt. Governor Becky Skillman joined executives from Paul Wurth, Inc., an international steel and iron engineering manufacturer, Tuesday to announce the company's plans to expand its operations here, creating up to 40 new jobs by 2018. A subsidiary of...
Governor Mitch Daniels selected Tippecanoe County Judge Loretta Rush for the Indiana Supreme Court. Daniels made the announcement Friday at the Statehouse. Rush was one of three finalists to replace Frank Sullivan, Jr., who is retiring from the state&...
Friends of a teen who fell five stories to his death from a balcony are recounting what happened. Xavier Somerville died Monday after police broke up a party where many of those in attendance were drinking. Somerville was a Lawrence Central High School...
By now, the idea of airline baggage charges, extra legroom at a cost, paying for food and so on, has become for travelers a bit like the preflight safety spiel about how seat belts work. It may annoy. Or perhaps it has become so common that it no...
Purdue University plans to honor alumnus Neil Armstrong who died, Saturday, at the age of 82. Armstrong graduated from Purdue in 1955 with a degree in aeronautical engineering. In 1970, Armstrong received an honorary doctorate in engineering from the...
Before he walked on the moon in 1969, Apollo 11 Commander Neil Armstrong strolled the West Lafayette campus of Purdue University as an engineering student. “It is really special that we had somebody famous who did something,” said LaTonya...
Tags: NASA, Lobbying, Museums, Arts and Culture, Space Programs
He was an American hero but also a proud Purdue University alumnus. Astronaut Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon, died Saturday at the age of 82. Monday, a memorial service at Purdue showed just how deep his legacy still runs on the...
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