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    • 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, 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, 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, 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, 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, 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, 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, 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, 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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