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The murder trial of a Purdue University engineering student accused of killing another student on campus has been postponed for six months.
Defense attorneys for a Purdue University engineering student accused of killing another student on campus may call a psychiatrist who has testified in high-profile murder cases such as those of the Unabomber and a woman who drowned her five children in a bathtub.
Purdue University has reversed course and decided to allow an inscription on a dedication plaque to two donors that includes a reference to "God's physical laws."
The 24th-ranked University of Arkansas baseball team's game against Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne scheduled for Monday has been cancelled due to winter weather.
A couple who donated $12,500 to Purdue University might sue unless the school reverses course by allowing an inscription for their dedication plaque that includes a reference to God, their attorney said.
Indiana residents hoping that last week's mild spell could mean the state's punishing winter will soon give way to early spring may be in for a big disappointment.
More than nine years ago, Indiana University professor Dennis Conway had prepared a class to visit the "rich, old island" of Cuba.
The odds of living were against Roger Bates when he fell into a grain bin on Jan. 31.
Purdue University is merging the administration of its two regional campuses in northwestern Indiana.