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    • Purdue newsreel, 1989

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    • Covers events at Purdue’s West Lafayette campus during the 1989 school year. Focuses on the construction of the new fountain and the other construction projects on campus, record enrollment of students, the two new schools of Liberal Arts and...
    • Purdue newsreel, 2004

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    • Dedications of new buildings included the groundbreaking of the Neil Armstrong Hall of Engineering, the Burton Center in Discovery Park, and the Canine Cancer Center. Ford Dining Court and the Pao Center were completed, as was the Dauch Alumni...
    • Purdue newsreel, 1991

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    • Features highlights from the 1991 academic year at Purdue University’s West Lafayette campus. Looks at Desert Storm events recognizing Purdue’s involvement; foreign and international participation by students and faculty in Germany, France,...
    • Purdue newsreel, 1987

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    • Highlights campus events at Purdue during 1987. Features such events as President Reagan’s visit, anniversary celebrations of Krannert’s School of Management, CO-OP housing, the school of Civil Engineering, Alumnus magazine, the 200th birthday...
    • Purdue newsreel, 1992

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    • Highlights events at Purdue University’s West Lafayette Campus during 1992. Includes scenes from: the Bug Bowl, Rube Goldberg competition, Band events, Glee Club performances, Black Cultural Center, Co-Rec activities, WBAA 70th anniversary, Grand...
    • Purdue newsreel, 1993

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    • Highlights events at Purdue University’s West Lafayette Campus during 1993. Includes scenes from: the new Liberal Arts Building, Hillenbrand Hall, Founders Park with Loeb Fountain, destruction of Fowler Courts, addition to Lynn Hall, new sign on...
    • Purdue newsreel, 1994

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    • Highlights events at Purdue University’s West Lafayette campus during 1994. Includes scenes from: Vision 21 Program - appearances by Neil Armstrong, James Dora, and Eugene Cernan; Gala Week; Founder’s Park; Grand Prix; Homecoming - featuring...
    • Purdue newsreel, 1995

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    • Highlights events at Purdue University’s West Lafayette campus during 1995. Includes scenes from: Dedication of the new Bell Tower; completion of Lynn Hall and Grant Street garage; construction started on the new mall by Stewart Center; Black...
    • Purdue newsreel, 1998

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    • Highlights events at Purdue University’s West Lafayette campus during 1998. Includes scenes from: Rube Goldberg Contest, Kyle Smith wins Grand Prix, Reamer Club’s 75th Anniverssary, History Professor Michael Morrison named Indiana Professor of...
    • Purdue newsreel, 1999

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    • Highlights events at Purdue University’s West Lafayette campus during 1999: Includes scenes from: Homecoming weekend where Purdue hosted 21 Astronaut Alums Including Neil Armstrong and Gene Cernan, Thomas Gray wins Grand Prix, Purdue Glee Club...
    • Purdue newsreel, 2000

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    • Highlights events at Purdue University’s West Lafayette campus during 2000. Includes scenes from: Stephen Beering steps down as President of the University after 17 years, Martin Jischke named new President by Board of Trustees, Purdue Jazz Band...
    • Purdue newsreel, 2001

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    • Highlights events at Purdue University’s West Lafayette campus during 2001. Includes scenes from: Plans for Discovery Park for Interdisciplinary Research includes $100 million for Nanotechnology Center, E-Enterprises Center, Bio-Science...
    • Purdue newsreel, 2002

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    • Highlights events at Purdue University’s West Lafayette campus during 2002. Includes: President Martin Jische announces a 1.3 Billion dollar capital campaign fund, Purdue’s largest ever; Leah Jamison is named Indiana Professor of the Year;...
    • Purdue newsreel, 2006

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    • Highlights selected events of the calendar year 2006 at Purdue University. Building dedications included the biomedical engineering building, Lawson computer science building, and Fleischhauer radiation therapy facility for the School of Veterinary...
    • Purdue newsreel, 1975

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    • Highlights selected events of the year 1975 at Purdue University. Deals briefly with the university’s rising enrollment, construction of the Potter Engineering Research Center, Gala Week, and the Founder’s Day banquet honoring President...
    • Purdue newsreel, 1935

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    • Introduces Purdue University by presenting views of many of the seventy-four buildings on campus, picturing the activities that take place, and featuring important personalities. Shows students participating in ROTC Corps Day, the annual Senior...
    • Purdue newsreel, 2003

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    • Lists the highlights of activites at Purdue in the year 2003. The $1.3 Billion Campaign for Purdue gets new donations of $312 million in 2003 , a new computer science building is announced to be fiinished in 2006, Purdua Alums Astronaut John Blaha...
    • Purdue newsreel, 1970

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    • Neil Armstrong received an honorary degree of Dr. of Engineering from the president and board of trustees during graduation commencement ceremonies. President Richard Nixon presented Dr. Herbert C. Brown with the Chemistry award. Purdue women...
    • Purdue newsreel, 1978

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    • Presents events at the Purdue University West Lafayette Campus during the 1978 calendar year. Includes the phone-a-thon to contact Purdue alumni for donations to the University; Purdue’s worst snow and the snowbound campus; the coal miner’s...
    • Purdue newsreel, 1977

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    • Presents events at the Purdue University, West Lafayette campus during the 1977 calendar year. Includes the record cold weather; Ag. Fish Fry; Ohio River port study; tornado simulator; Potter Engineering Center dedication; Energy Week; Medieval...
    • Purdue newsreel, 1986

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    • Presents events at the Purdue West Lafayette campus during the 1986 calendar year. Features President Beering discussing the goals and accomplishments of the University. Includes scenes of the construction of the new engineering building, the new...
    • Purdue newsreel, 1968-1969

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    • Presents events of the Purdue University West Lafayette campus during the 1968-69 academic year. Includes Purdue Centennial Year Celebration with speeches by President Hovde and Indiana Governor Edgar D Whitcomb, among others; student political...
    • Purdue newsreel, 1971

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    • Presents events of the Purdue University West Lafayette campus during the 1971 calendar year. Includes the appointment of Dr. Arthur Hansen as Purdue president; the retirement of Dr. Frederick L. Hovde after 25 years as president; renaming of the...
    • Purdue newsreel, 1972

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    • Presents events of the Purdue University West Lafayette campus during the 1972 calendar year. Includes the Purdue Alumni Club; voting registration; the Spring Arts Festival ; the 50th anniversary of WBAA; Gala Week faculty awards; an exhibition air...
    • Purdue newsreel, 1973

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    • Presents events of the Purdue University West Lafayette campus during the 1973 calendar year. Includes MVP award-winner Otis Armstrong; football and basketball highlights; Big 10 indoor track meet; the annual Ag Fish Fry; faculty appointments; the...
    • Purdue newsreel, 1976

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    • Presents events of the Purdue University West Lafayette campus during the 1976 calendar year. Includes basketball highlights; the Speech and Hearing Clinic services; faculty honors and awards; Purdue Crew; the Bicentennial 4th of July Parade;...
    • Purdue newsreel, 1981

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    • Presents events of the Purdue University West Lafayette Campus during the 1981 calendar year. Includes construction of Wood Street parking garage, Krannert Center for Executive Education and Research, and the Biochemistry Annex; housing problems;...
    • Purdue newsreel, 1982

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    • Presents events of the Purdue University West Lafayette Campus during the 1982 calendar year. Includes the Purdue Outing Club; highlights of football and basketball; student fundraising activities; teaching and research projects; ROTC; Purdue...
    • Purdue newsreel, 1983

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    • Presents events of the Purdue University West Lafayette Campus during the 1983 calendar year. Includes Dr. Steven C. Beering accepting his role as president at the University; the annual phone-a-thon; basketball highlights; installation of the...
    • Purdue newsreel, 1984

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    • Presents events of the Purdue University West Lafayette Campus during the 1984 calendar year. Includes information on student research with lubricants and punching dies in Industrial Engineering; basketball hi-lights; laser research; gift of the...
    • Purdue newsreel, 1985

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    • Presents events of the Purdue University West Lafayette campus during the 1985 calendar year. Includes the NSF Grant for the Engineering schools, the new landmark dedicated to Dean Beverly Stone; dedications of the Robert E. Heine Pharmacy building...
    • Purdue newsreel, 2007

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    • Presents events of the Purdue University West Lafayette campus during the 2007 calendar year. The Campaign for Purdue finished, raising $1.7 billion. President Jischke retired. France A. Córdova became University President. The Grand Prix,...
    • Purdue newsreel, 1980

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    • Presents events of the Purdue University West Lafayette Campus during the l980 calendar year. Includes the Ag Alumni Fish Fry with guests Senator Richard Luger and Governor Otis Bowen; Purdue Student Association; various men’s and women’s...
    • Purdue newsreel, 1979

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    • Presents the 25th anniversary edition of the Purdue Newsreel, highlighting some of the events documented in the last twenty-five years, including Gala Week; the early years of Purdue; Heavilon Hall; senior cords; and the Old Oaken Bucket. Also...
    • Purdue newsreel, 1990

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    • President Steven Beering proposed international development within Purdue University. Purdue celebrated the 50th anniversary of Elliott Hall of Music. Students raised $1 million during the phone-a-thon in January. Over 80,000 alumni were...
    • Purdue newsreel, 1974

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    • Reports on the highlights of the 1974 year at Purdue, a year of soaring economic inflation, recession, and energy problems. Portrays events from such activities as the Ag. fish fry, the Occupational Outlook Career Program for women, the NIT...
    • Purdue newsreel, 1988

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    • Takes a look at the events that took place in the 1987-88 school year at Purdue University. Some of the events covered are: Completion and dedication of the new Electrical & Materials Engineering and EEAS Buildings; renovation of Pedestrian Mall;...
    • Purdue newsreel, 1956-1957

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    • The 1956-1957 news reel depicts life as it was on Purdue’s main campus. There were variety acts after every home game, such as Bob Hope, Henny Youngman, and Louis Armstrong. Darayl Able spoke at the books and coffee program presented by the...
    • Purdue newsreel, 1960-1961

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    • The 1960-1961 news reel depicts life as it was on Purdue’s main campus. Purdue Hall, which was originally the men’s dormitory, was deemed unsafe and was demolished. University Hall was renovated with a new interior made for classrooms instead...
    • Purdue newsreel, 1961-1962

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    • The 1961-1962 news reel depicts life as it was on Purdue’s main campus. Felix Hoss was the new director of mathematical sciences. Work on Young Hall was being conducted. The physics building was expanded. McClure Park was created to foster...
    • Purdue newsreel, 1996

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    • The 1996 news reel presents the year in review. Two female Purdue students, Lauren Nicolson and Jackie Valapaqua, won the 1996 Air Race classic, a 2,400 mile all-female air race. System-wide enrollment reached 64,000. John Blaha, an astronaut from...
    • Purdue newsreel, 1997

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    • The 1997 news reel presents the year in review. A new building was named after Roy Whistler because of his work in agricultural chemistry. Fred Ford, executive vice president and treasurer, retired after 39 years of service, replaced by Ken Burns....
    • Purdue newsreel, 1959-1960

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    • The new Heavilon Hall opened. Every student received a hearing and sight exam in the building as part of their health check. Echo free rooms were created in the building to do calibrating on audio tools. Just like every year prior, the seniors line...
    • Purdue newsreel, 1963-1964

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    • The Purdue University Band had the honor of being the first college band to play in Radio City Music Hall. A new six-story parking garage next to the Memorial Union was under construction, as was the new “H dorm” for women. Slayter Center for...
    • Purdue newsreel, 1955-1956

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    • This fall Mr. L. Freehafer was appointed University Business Manager. William Cone was named Head of Student Health Service. Jack Mollenkopf was named head coach of the football team. Campus improvements include the Intramural Gymnasium (under...
    • Purdue newsreel, 1966-1967

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    • This year Dr. George Hawkins, dean of the schools of engineering, became vice president for academic affairs. Harrison Hall was in use for the first time this year. Several Greek houses opened in Tower Acres. The newly renovated Civil Engineering...
    • Purdue newsreel, 1964-1965

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    • This year Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne was created. The Krannert building was dedicated and the Graduate House (later known as Young Hall) was completed. The Civil Engineering building was dedicated as well. The fire station next...
    • Purdue newsreel, 1962-1963

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    • This year new advancements in technology helped Purdue advance state-wide education and also helped in the formation of independent study at Purdue University. The first nuclear reactor in Indiana was installed at Purdue University. Dean E. C....
    • Purdue newsreel, 1958-1959

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    • This year the band got new uniforms under Al Wright’s direction. Purdue University Agricultural Extension helped educate the public with a state-wide initiative to inform. The outstanding 4-H woman of the year was Purdue University sophomore...
    • Purdue newsreel, 1965-1966

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    • This year the groundbreaking for the Purdue University North Central Campus was initiated. The civil engineering building was undergoing extensive remodeling, and plans for a new pharmacy building were unveiled. Dr. Glenn Jenkins retired as dean...
    • Purdue newsreel, 1967-1968

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    • This year, Dr. Fredrick L. Hovde, President of Purdue University for over 23 years, was awarded a medal from the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame. Hovde also won a prestigious award from Brazil for his continual aid and development. A new...
    • Purdue newsreel, 1957-1958

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    • This year, Purdue used for the first time closed circuit TV to allow teachers to reach a larger group of people. The long standing tradition of seniors creating a pair of yellow cords to be worn after the first parade lives on. (This tradition is...
    • Purdue newsreel, 2005

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    • This year, the Bindley Bioscience Building, named after William Bindley of Indianapolis, was opened along with the Birch Nanotechnology Building, named after Michael Birch. The Pao Visual Performing arts building was dedicated this year as well....

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