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Purdue trustees approve 2013-14 tuition and fees
Most Purdue students studying on the West Lafayette campus won’t pay more for their education next year. In fact, administrators say thousands will...
Raises for Tippecanoe Co employees under review
Tippecanoe County officials are considering the possibility of employee raises in the next budget. Auditor Jennifer Weston provided the...
Lafayette mayor wants to improve recycling process, beautify downtown
Lafayette leaders are increasing efforts to recycle more. Last year, the city saved more than $180,000 by recycling and not hauling trash to the...
Conversation with Purdue's president for May
Purdue President Mitch Daniels talks about the FY14 proposed general fund budget, which includes a freeze on tuition. He credits the increase in...
Public hearing on Purdue budget, tuition and fees
The Executive Committee of the Purdue Board of Trustees is accepting public comment on the proposed general fund budget. The hearing Wednesday...
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