RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Purdue University

A collection of news and information related to Purdue University published by this site and its partners.

Top Purdue University Articles

Displaying items 100-110
  • Racially-charged vandalism found at Purdue University

    Racially-charged vandalism found at Purdue University
    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...
  • Are whitening toothpastes a bright idea?

    Are whitening toothpastes a bright idea?
    It's hard to believe, but there was a time not long ago when everyone walked around (in public!) with naturally colored teeth. Today, with so many whitening gels, strips and trays out there, yellowish grins aren't as common — nor the natural look as...
  • Eric Toth: One of WMW's 'Top Ten', now added to FBI's top list

    Eric Toth: One of WMW's 'Top Ten', now added to FBI's top list
    Accused child porn predator fills Osama bin Laden spot UPDATE: The FBI has added Eric Toth to its “Ten Most Wanted Fugitives” list. As a member of the list, the FBI is now offering a reward of up to $100,000 for information leading directly...
  • Parents of slain teen in 1993 case blast prosecutors

    Parents of slain teen in 1993 case blast prosecutors
    The parents of a Glenview teen killed in 1993 lashed out at prosecutors today for waiting years  after a DNA match in the case before finally charging a primary suspect with their daughter's murder. Prosecutors have said the DNA in 2003 was not enough...
  • 3 hospitals recognized for treatment of LGBT patients

    3 hospitals recognized for treatment of LGBT patients
    Three area hospitals were recognized in a new nationwide survey for their treatment of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender patients. The Human Rights Campaign's Healthcare Equality Index 2011, released last week, cited Advocate Illinois Masonic...
  • Columbia resident has ceramics art on juried exhibit in New York

    Columbia resident has ceramics art on juried exhibit in New York
    Erica Kempler, of Columbia, has two ceramics pieces on juried exhibit at the First Street Gallery in New York City, and two other ceramics pieces on juried exhibit at the Bedford Gallery, in Walnut Creek, Calif. She is a 2005 graduate of Wilde Lake High...
  • Woman who died in triathlon: 'If you ever needed a friend. . .she'd be the first in line'

    Woman who died in triathlon: 'If you ever needed a friend. . .she'd be the first in line'
    A photo snapped of Amy Martich just before she entered the waters of the Hudson River during the Nautica New York City Triathlon captures what her father calls “her confident look” and easy smile that won her friends throughout life. “...
  • Reader essay: After cancer comes 4,000 miles

    Reader essay: After cancer comes 4,000 miles
    Tom Backof, a Baltimove native and biology grad student at Indiana University-Purdue University, hasn’t been in school for a while. He’s been too busy battling cancer and, most recently, biking 4,000 miles across the country with 4K for...
  • Music therapy may ease anxiety in cancer patients

    Music therapy may ease anxiety in cancer patients
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Music therapy might help lower anxiety and improve mood in people with cancer, say researchers who analyzed past studies. It's not entirely clear from those studies what kind of music-related treatment -- going to sessions...
  • New focus on concussions is altering prep athletics

    New focus on concussions is altering prep athletics
    The scowl that creased Troy Piccinini's face on a recent afternoon was not the game face of a football player, at least not this fall. Piccinini, 16, just had struggled through tests of his short-term memory and other cognitive functions. After suffering...
  • Neighbors connecting in disasters

    Have you ever noticed how people just seem to know your business around here? Maybe it's bred into the culture, part of our rowhouse roots or that whole smallest-big-city thing, but no man is an island in Baltimore. I remember grilling lamb chops in...