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At last night's Hoosier State Relays Trials, held at Purdue University, the Lady Kougar Track and Field Team had many stellar performances.
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Incoming full-time students who will attend Indiana University-Purdue University Columbus this fall are encouraged to enter a creative writing contest.
When Andrew Allen Bonty turned and faced Officer Brandon Bonnell, it was clear that Bonty was messed up on something, according to West Lafayette police.
That's because the date March 14, or 3-14, is the same first three numbers of value of mathematical constant pi.
Purdue University is continuing work to recruit and retain the best faculty members possible.
At the MU Faculty Council meeting Thursday, MU Chancellor R. Bowen Loftin announced two new administrative appointments.
The fundraising event hosted by Push America was founded by Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity in 1977, designed to build leaders by serving people with disabilities.
Justin Moore is as country as it gets. The Arkansas-born musician has always been all about traditional country, with hits such as "Point At You," "Small Town USA" and the current radio hit "Lettin' the Night Roll."
If it's true that it helps to have friends in high places, Purdue University is in luck.
Crdova is the first astrophysicist and second woman to head the federal agency, and the 14th director since the agency's inception.
A new start-up company is working to advance and commercialize a Purdue University developed technology to improve communication for children and families affected by severe, nonverbal autism.
A major cause of food poisoning is found by contamination of food by the genus Salmonella bacteria.
Rose boldly turns public debate on race to how whites construct and understand themselves.
Looking to expand their presence in a number of manufacturing industries, REO-USA recently hired Alex Ward as a technical sales engineer.
Researchers have created a new type of "ultracold" molecule, using lasers to cool atoms nearly to absolute zero and then gluing them together, a technology that might be applied to quantum computing, precise sensors and advanced simulations.
Changing the texture and surface characteristics of a semiconductor material at the nanoscale can influence the way that neural cells grow on the material.