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Purdue President Mitch Daniels Takes A Jab At Students Inflated Self Esteems

Former Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels, who is now the President of Purdue University, released his annual letter to the university. He didn’t hold back. 317 more words


The Shadow Over My Book

I wanted to share one of those mind-bending moments in life that cause us to pause and question whether we are perhaps dreaming, or on the receiving end of some grand and complex cosmic narrative.  571 more words


Good Week for Michigan Hoops (Which Could've Been Even Better)

This past week the Michigan Wolverines basketball team played three games. Two of them came against top five ranked programs. They took on the Purdue Boilermakers at home in the Crisler Center and traveled to East Lansing to take on MSU. 1,143 more words

Do You Believe in Purdue?

I’m BACK with another edition of ‘Do You Believe’. In my first article, I took a look at Arizona State – and decided I wasn’t buying the early season hype. 1,255 more words

College Basketball

Game Recap: Edwards Leads Purdue to Easy Victory Over Shorthanded Gophers 81-47

Purdue fans will never forget the last time their team entered Williams Arena ranked in the top 5. On February 25th, 2010, the 3rd ranked Boilers traveled to Minneapolis and escaped with a narrow 59-58 victory. 305 more words

How babies inhale dust, pollen and more - more than adults

We are interested in the biological material an infant inhales, especially during their first year of life when they are crawling. Many studies have shown that inhalation exposure to microbes and allergen-carrying particles in that portion of life plays a significant role in both the development of, and protection from, asthma and allergic diseases…”…“There are studies that have shown that being exposed to a high diversity and concentration of biological materials may reduce the prevalence of asthma and allergies later in life.”