It’s Christmas time at Purdue and the Purdue Memorial Union is celebrating in style with the annual placement of our beautiful Christmas tree and Gingerbread House! In addition, the PMU hosted their 2nd Annual Gingerbread Competition and the entries came out in style from all over Purdue University! From December 4th to the 6th, gingerbread houses, boats, stadiums, etc. were out for all to see and to vote for their favorite. Now, the entries have been brought back to their homes. However, the Purdue Review took some beautiful photos of all the entries and now you can see them all for yourself! While the winners have been declared, every entry was amazing and deserves to be grandstanded for all to see. So below you can see all the entries and every member of the teams who built them have a place to send their friends to see their work!
It’s Christmas time at Purdue and the Purdue Memorial Union is celebrating in style with the annual placement of our beautiful Christmas tree and Gingerbread House! In addition, the PMU hosted their 2nd Annual Gingerbread …
As students crammed in some final studying this past Sunday before finals week, Purdue’s Higher Ground Dance Company (HGDC) put on their winter performance for families and students to enjoy.
This past weekend, students, alumni, and fans from all over the Midwest and beyond came to see the Purdue Musical Organization’s stunning 80th annual Christmas show.
It was a highly anticipated few days: Thanksgiving break was the five days that students could relax, spend quality time with friends and family, and enjoy their break before an onslaught of studying and preparation …
Purdue Provost and former Interim President Tim Sands will be the next president of Virginia Tech University.
It was a highly anticipated few days: Thanksgiving break was the five days that students could relax, spend quality time with friends and family, and enjoy their break before an onslaught of studying and preparation for finals. From visiting loved ones to traveling to nearby sightseeing locations, Purdue students were able to enjoy their time off and celebrate everything they were thankful for.
This past Saturday, Purdue football players faced off against IU in one of the longest-running rivalries. Unfortunately, Purdue fans got less than they hoped for after a 56-36 defeat, making it one of the least interesting bucket games in recent history. This loss added to the final 1-11 season record, including a discouraging 10 straight losses.
When I interviewed students about their thoughts, there was a plethora of discouraging remarks: “I was bored and usually left after the first or second period,” said one Purdue student that bought a season pass. “It was awful. I didn’t feel like going to any of the games because it would just be a major blowout against us,” another student added. “I don’t know much about football, all I know is that we aren’t good at it”.
With the number of original Hollywood ideas as low as my collection of classy puns, another novel adaptation hit theaters on the 22nd of November. The long awaited sequel to the acclaimed novel and movie The Hunger Games, Catching Fire took North America by storm as strongly as Katniss Everdeen inspired a revolution in Panem.