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    • 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, 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, 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, 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, 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, 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, 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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