Name: Jordan Hebbe
Date registered: October 1, 2010
To all male readers, let us save you the trouble: skip this article unless you have an interest in fairy tales, wedding gowns, princes charming, horse-drawn carriages, and/or castles. That’s right, ladies, it’s wedding time. Not just any wedding- a royal wedding. Prince William and Kate Middleton will say their vows on April 29th, 2011, …
The May issue of The Purdue Review hit campus today! Pick up your copy tomorrow in almost any major campus building!
Congratulations Boilermakers! You spoke up and let Purdue know just how strongly you felt about the redesigned Pete, and they listened. Less than a week after debuting the new mascot design, Purdue has announced that they will be bringing back the old Pete due to the negative feedback they received after revealing the prototype last …
The tragedy in Japan has impacted the world in more ways than we can even comprehend at this early stage. The disaster has a current death toll of over 10,000 people, with 17,000 still missing and nearly 250,000 displaced from their homes. The initial earthquake created 30-foot walls of water that drowned rice fields, devoured …
Pick up the March issue of The Purdue Review today! You can find it in all major campus buildings!
New Issue Hits Campus Wednesday!
A hot-button issue in higher education today, incentive formula funding for public universities is sparking a heated debate right here in Indiana. It is not a topic that many people have heard about, but it has several universities fuming. To understand the background of the issue, one must realize that state funding to universities and …
Many of you may have seen the elevator restoration project going on in Stewart center, which proudly proclaims that it was funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, passed by the House and Senate in February of 2009. For those of you who are less than impressed with this demonstration, I would like to …
Thanks to House Speaker-to-be John Boehner, female members of the House of Representatives will now have equal access to restrooms. For years, Congresswomen have been forced to make a long trek across Statuary Hall in order to reach their restroom, while their male counterparts have had the convenience of a popping into the little boys’ …