Day by day, we’re moving closer to one of the 50th anniversary of one of the most astonishing and momentous events in human history: Neil Armstrong’s iconic “giant leap” for all mankind on to the surface of the moon. It was the step watched around the world. But for Purdue University faculty, students and alumni – a group to a group proud to call Armstrong on of their own – it was something even more exceptional. It was the manifestation of the Boilermaker spirit boldly leading the way at the dawn of a new era. In the new book Ever
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The Boilermakers are celebrating their sesquicentennial by tackling humanity's most pressing questions head on.
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We're getting healthy in the heartland.
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As Purdue marks its anniversary, take a look back at the "Giant Leaps" of the West Lafayette campus: BTN LiveBIG
A campus so great it has been 150 years in the making.
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