Volume 22, Number 1, Spring 2017 – Archive
Senior dives deep into wildlife researchBy dawn on a chilly October Saturday, Paige Weldy and her teammates were wide awake, navigating southern Indiana’s Blue River. The team carefully peered underneath the rock, discovering a sight few people have ever seen. Read more.
While traveling through Senegal in West Africa, Laura Willis watched a farmer pick a small, round fruit, unpeel its rough, brownish yellow skin with his tongue and teeth, and kindly smile as he offered her a bite. Read more.
Caroline Kuhn owns her own cupcake business, so she is used to creating picture-perfect cupcakes. She just doesn’t always get to have the picture-perfect environment to make them. Read more.
For as long as he can remember, Charles Hawthorne wanted to become a doctor. And he started his college career on the pre-med track. But a professor’s question during his sophomore year changed how he thought about his career. Read more.
Courtney Smith grew up on a small farm, so she understood how difficult working on a farm of any size can be for the average person. She also realized how much harder that work would be in a wheelchair. Read more.
Purdue was not my dream school. I don’t come from a family of Boilermakers, and living 2,500 miles from home in a state where I didn’t know a soul was not in my plans. Read more.
Bonus Web-only Stories
Like most kids, Kylie Schofield liked to play in the water. But unlike most kids, her mind took her to questioning how those animals in the water survived. Read more.