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Purdue University is moving one step forward with year-round classes. It's a measure aimed to help students graduate on time and help with the affordability of a college education.
Purdue University researchers and a group of agricultural companies on Tuesday announced an open source project to standardize farm data formats and improve communication between farm equipment and farm management tools made by different companies.
A reader writes: "My toothbrush holder doesn't say where it was made. Pretty sure it wasn't in #ukraine tho.'
State Representative Ron Sandack has a primary. Named a standout freshman by numerous groups, he has nonetheless drawn an opponent.
Dr. Ali Shakouri, Microsanj Co-founder and Chairman of the Advisory Board, has been selected to be the SEMI-THERM 2014 recipient of the THERMI award in recognition of his contributions to the field of semiconductor device and systems thermal issues.
In 1987, the state of Indiana funded 65.1 percent of Ball State University's operating budget.
Geologists from Northwestern University, the University of Illinois at Chicago, the University of Oklahoma and Purdue University have a new explanation for the Midwest's biggest geologic mystery: What caused the giant 2,000-mile-long rift that starts in Lake Superior and runs south to Oklahoma and Alabama? Using new data from the North American ... (more)
Indiana University's Kelley Direct snapped up the top spot for best online business programs in U.S. News and World Report's 2015 graduate school rankings.
Peeing in the pool, although considered a gross social faux-pas, seems harmless enough, right? And so much easier that getting out of the pool, drying off, and trekking to the nearest toilet.
A view of the sunset on Sunday, March 9, 2014 from Ron Grahn in Fishers, posted on The Star's Facebook wall.
That's right: a new study by researchers from Purdue University showed that rather than being courteous, you are actually doing harm to a man's self-esteem and self-confidence by holding the door open for him.
College Board this week unveiled sweeping changes to the SAT test, its first since 2005.
Undergraduate students who are Indiana residents can take advantage of a 25 percent tuition discount on summer classes at Indiana University-Purdue University Columbus.
Welcome back to Monday, when it's finally starting to feel a bit like spring around here .
Cuyahoga Valley National Park will open new exhibits about the Ohio & Erie Canal and the national canal system this May. We changed the name of the exhibit building from Canal Visitor Center to Canal Exploration Center.
The wording initially had been rejected because Purdue officials said it could open them up to First Amendment/church and state lawsuits.