President’s Council Virtual Programming Archive
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A member of the Purdue COVID-19 panel of experts shares valuable information regarding common medications used for pain relief and those used to treat chronic illness during the coronavirus pandemic.
A proud tradition during Ross-Ade Stadium pregame ceremonies is the reading of this tribute to freedom by John Hultman, “voice” of the Purdue “All-American” Marching Band, prior to the playing of the national anthem.
This video, which originally aired on September 2 to alumni and fans of Purdue Bands & Orchestras, provides a progress report on the new building and a glimpse into the future home of the heartbeat of the University.
Protect Purdue Student Ambassadors provide a peek into their lives on campus during COVID-19. See how classrooms, university residences, dining halls, and study spaces have adapted to protect the entire Purdue community.
Purdue for Life President and Chief Executive Officer Matt Folk sits down with Intercollegiate Athletics Director Mike Bobinski to discuss how the cancellation of fall sports has impacted Purdue coaches, staff, and student-athletes and plans moving forward.
President and Chief Executive Officer Matt Folk introduces the new Purdue for Life Foundation and interviews Purdue President Mitch Daniels, who shares his thoughts about the fall semester.
A member of the Purdue COVID-19 panel of experts, Dr. Jennifer Hoewe, assistant professor of political communication within the Brian Lamb School of Communication, shares important information on how to find reliable news sources in a cluttered media environment full of misinformation and conflicting reports.
Join and enjoy a group from the Purdue Bands & Orchestras as they share a virtual rendition of the Purdue University fight song.
Join John Sautter as he tours the Purdue Crew boathouse and visits with Purdue Crew Coach David Kucik and Purdue alumna and Olympic gold medalist in rowing Amanda Elmore.