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First there was the hiring of a couple of new assistant coaches...The floor was installed in the Gates Center fieldhouse, where Coffman will conduct offseason workouts while a new floor goes down in the gym over the summer.
He and Brooke Allison Lengacher filed a license to be married...The Senate has not taken a vote on the legislation, which was approved by the House. The Senate Appropriations Committee, of which Coats is a member, is scheduled to consider the Senate
That plan included a 2.9 percent reduction of the local campus' budget from $111 million to $107.9 million.
Purdue University Calumet researchers have been chosen to lead a national consortium that will explore ways to make American steelmaking more advanced and efficient. More News The Hammond school's Center for Innovation through Visualization and
The reduction was mentioned along with the allocating of funds to support the engineering expansion. Al Diaz, executive vice president for business and finance, said in a statement that the action is in harmony with Purdue Moves. Purdue Moves is a
I remember the first day of her black literature class at the University of Maryland. She overheard some students chuckling about the echo of her name. She brusquely said her father wanted her to always carry the familys last name even if she married.
Navy on a project to help the military tap into alternative power sources...Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus signed an agreement Thursday to work together to use greener fuels in the Navy and U.S...They hope to convert up to half of the Navy and
Around Corydon Central High School, Nate Cecil was one of many multi-sport athletes. He played football, hit baseball and treaded water for the swim team. Cecil had success as a Panther, but, in college, he turned to weight lifting.
Astronaut, Navy commander and fighter pilot Scott Tingle will return to his alma mater today for a 7 p.m. talk at Woodland Commons...He was one of nine applicants chosen from a pool 3,500 for astronaut training which included intensive instruction in
If a college degree is supposed to be the ticket to a better life, most schools have room to improve, suggests a national survey of more than 30,000 graduates. About four in 10 respondents (39%) reported feeling intellectually and emotionally