Purdue Nightlife Deals

Well more specifically, Brother’s Bar & Grill nightlife deals. Purdue has a handful of bars open on almost all days of the week so if I talked about all nightlife, that would be a long post.

But for this post, I will give you a run down on the deals Brother’s offers every day of the week. Most importantly, I want to talk about Tuesday’s at Brothers.

A common misconception of most Purdue students is that Wing Wednesday at Brother’s offers the best deal on wings… wrong. It’s actually on Tuesday.

During the week, many Purdue students (myself included) go to Brother’s for the boneless wings and drinks. Well on Wednesday a half pound of wings is $2.50 and a pound is $5.00. Whereas on Tuesday, a half pound of wings is only $2.00 and a pound is $4.00.

Even though most Purdue students are familiarized with “Wing Wednesday”, you should all be taking advantage of the wings on Tuesday!

Not familiar with Brother’s Bar & Grill weekly deals? Well let me share from their website:

MONDAY: 50¢ Rolling Rock Cans, $1 Double Wells

TUESDAY: $2 Double Wells, $2 Any Draft

WEDNESDAY: WING NIGHT, 25¢ wings, $1.25 Miller High Life bottles, $1.50 Double Wells

THURSDAY: $1.50 Double Well Mixers, $1 O Bombs, $2.50 Bud Light Drafts

FRIDAY: $4 Double Wells, $3 Shots: Fireball, Lemon Drop, Upside Down,Pineapple, Cheesecake, White Dove

SATURDAY: $4 Double Wells, $3 Shots: Fireball, Lemon Drop, Upside Down, Pineapple, Cheesecake, White Dove

SUNDAY: $2 Double Wells

Coming to Brother’s during the week to enjoy an inexpensive drink and some food is a must for many Purdue students. Students will come to Brother’s as a way to enjoy a late dinner, catch up with friends, or even grab a table and play cards.

Enjoying Brother's Bar & Grill on a Tuesday for their drink and wing deal. #lifeatpurdue

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If you haven’t yet, take advantage of Brother’s Bar & Grill specials and the boneless wings are a must.

Not interested in wings? They have cheeseburgers, fried pickles, breadsticks, etc. Grab some friends, take a break from studying, and enjoy some awesome weekly deals!

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4 ways to deal with looming graduation

“The thought of graduating hadn’t really hit yet because we were all looking forward to Spring Break, but it was on the drive home from break when it really sunk in and became a reality,” said Kerri O’Connor, a senior at Purdue University. “The only thing left that’s coming up now is graduation. It creeped up so fast and is a very scary thought.”

I am similar to Kerri in the fact that I am a Purdue senior as well. The thought of leaving Purdue IS a very scary notion. I sat down and talked to her about how prior to spring break it was easy to put graduation out of your mind, but now that break is over it’s become quite daunting. I wanted to list a few fears her and I shared that, if you’re a graduating senior, you might share too and a few ways to cope with them.

1. School work seems irrelevant.

This might seem true because you already have a job lined up or it’s the end of the year and you would rather spend your last few weeks hanging with friends instead of hanging in the library.

Either way, dealing with a major lack of motivation is difficult. The best way to deal with this is to set aside a few hours each week to be completely disconnected from your phone, tv, friends, etc. and only zone in on academics.

If you know you need to accomplish something but don’t have motivation, it might take you all day to complete one assignment. I know I have been there and it is a waste of the short amount of time you have left on campus.

If you calculate how many hours you’ll need to complete your tasks for the week, then plan out that uninterrupted time. It could be an hour or two everyday or one full day committed to work. If you begin to focus your time, you’ll have plenty of time left over to enjoy the last few weeks left.

2. Graduation will happen before you had enough time here.

Make a college bucket list and plan it into your schedule. This will ensure that you completed everything you wanted to do before your time runs out.

Do not let yourself graduate if you’ve always wanted to do ‘The Great Indoorsman‘ but you just never made time for it. Do not let yourself graduate with any regrets.

3. The close connections made in the last 4 years will be forgotten after graduation. 

Start fitting in time now with the people you care about the most. Schedule drinks or an ice cream date with the people you want to remain friends with post graduation.

If you cannot make time for each other when you’re only (at most) a mile apart, then you won’t make time for each other when you move to different states. Taking that time for one another now will help you put aside time for each other later in life.

4. I am going to take the wrong “next step”.

Believe me, the majority of your peers have no idea if the job they’ve chosen is the correct next step to take in their life. The key is to search for opportunities and just pick the one that feels the most ‘right’. If it’s not what you want and you find out that you aren’t happy, you will find something else.

Now is the time to leap out of the college nest and (attempt to) fly. If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again. Believe it or not, your life will pan out. There is no such thing as a ‘right’ next step, only to make whatever decision you believe is best. Trust your gut.

 

I am definitely feeling every single one of these fears with graduation creeping up. College has been an incredible and unique experience. If you are anything like myself or Kerri and you share these graduation fears, then I’m hoping this post will help you. You should allow yourself not to fear choosing a job after graduation, whether you know if that’s what you want to do or not. You won’t let yourself lose ties with the ones you’ve grown to care about the most. You won’t let your grades slip in the last few weeks because it is important to finish out college strong, and lastly, you will experience graduation day without any regrets or missed out opportunities.

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Now it’s time for me to take my own advice and get planning for this coming week. Have a great day!

 

 

 

 

Goat Cheese Pineapple Bites

Well it’s back to reality after spring break, which also means getting back into a normal and healthy routine. I wanted to share a perfect mid week snack that incorporates french bread, olive oil, goat cheese, and pineapple. I know it sounds kind of weird, but trust me it’s delicious. My roommates were complete skeptics but now I’ve got them hooked so I’m sure I’ll have you hooked too.

You probably didn’t know that French bread has some awesome health benefits. It contain Folate, which is needed for the normal growth of new cells in the body, including red blood cells. Folate removes homocysteine from your blood and high levels of homocysteine are associated with cardiovascular disease. One piece of french bread has 37 percent of an adult’s recommended daily intake of folate.

One piece of French bread also has 13 percent of a woman’s and 29 percent of a man’s daily intake of iron. This element produces white blood cells, works as an antioxidant for the immune system, and helps carry oxygen throughout the body. Also found in French bread is Selenium. On slice will give you 31 percent of your recommended daily intake. Selenium aids blood vessel function as well as assists thyroid hormone production.

Olive oil is incredible for the body. It contains plenty of monounsaturated fats, which are believed to reduce inflammation and may have beneficial effects on genes connected to cancer.  Olive oil contains Vitamins E and K as well as plenty of antioxidants. These antioxidants keep cholesterol in the blood from becoming oxidized (this is what causes the build up in the arty walls and leads to heart disease). I’ve mentioned how it reduces inflammation, but that is super important because chronic inflammation can lead to cancer, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and Alzheimer’s.
A large review study that included over 841,000 subjects found that olive oil was the only source of monounsaturated fat associated with a reduced risk of stroke and heart disease. You can read more about the study here.
Also, olive oil can kill harmful bacteria. One of these bacteria lives in the stomach and causes stomach ulcers and stomach cancer. Studies have shown olive oil to be effective against eight different strains of this bacteria and three of them are resistant to antibiotics. You can read more about the study here.
How about goat cheese? It is rich in vitamin A, B, D, riboflavin, calcium, iron, magnesium and potassium.
Lastly, let’s talk about pineapple. It supports the immune system because it contains 50 percent of the daily recommended value of vitamin C. It also contains plenty of manganese which is essential to strong bone and connective tissue development according to the Linus Pauling Institute. Unlike many other fruits and veggies, pineapple contains bromelain, an enzyme that breaks down protein, aiding digestion, according to the American Cancer Society. Also, pineapple’s bromelain may help reduce mucus in the throat and nose, according to the University of Maryland Medical Center.
All of these incredible health benefits have been incorporated into a delicious recipe that you can make any time during the week as a study snack.

I bought all four items at the local Walmart on Northwestern Ave in West Lafayette:

  • Loaf of French Bread – $1.00
  • Olive Oil  – $5.44
  • Goat Cheese – $3.98
  • Pineapple Rings – $1.16

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Once you have all the ingredients, it’s time to make goat cheese pineapple bites.

Step 1: Preheat oven to 350 degrees

Step 2: Lay out desired amount of bread slices and drizzle with olive oil

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Step 3: Top with plenty of goat cheese

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Step 4: Place on cooking sheet at cook at 350 degrees for 5 minutes

Step 5: Top with halved pineapple rings

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Enjoy a delicious snack and all the health benefits that come with. Have a great rest of your week!

Mental Break

And so today begins spring break! To me, spring break is a time to step away from school and the stress that comes with it. Break is a time to reflect, relax, and get out of the 30 degree weather we’ve been having at Purdue and trade it in for 70 and sunny. I’m going to soak up ( much needed ) Vitamin D and spend quality time with my friends. With a week off for spring break that also means a week off from blogging. But don’t worry, I have a list of three books for you to check out. These are great no matter where you’re going or what you’re doing this spring break.

Whether you’re traveling, staying at home, relaxing or working, a good book on the beach or at the end of the day is something we can all appreciate. They can be entertaining, motivating, inspiring or simply a break from reality. I’ve chosen books that will hopefully rejuvenate and inspire your mind, that way you can come back from spring break feeling refreshed and ready to take on the end of the semester.

  1. Capture Your Style by Aimee Song – $12.00

This is a social media girl’s dream and perfect if you deem yourself a fashionista.

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Taken from Anthropologie.com

Engaging, informative, practical, and fun, this book is a must for any millennial hoping to take the digital world by storm.” – Diane von Furstenberg, designer.
 “Aimee has an incredible ability to capture simple, everyday moments and vault them to next-level chic. It’s amazing that we now have a guide to her filter-genius ways. #goals.” – Shay Mitchell, actress, Pretty Little Liars.
If you want to do anything in marketing, social media, or you personally want to step up your own social media game then this is the perfect read for you.

2. Tools of Titans: The Tactics, Routines, and Habits of Billionaires, Icons, and World-Class Performers by Timothy Ferriss – $16.00

This is the book for you if you’re looking for a practical and inspiring guide to be your best.

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Taken from Amazon.com

Tools of Titans…is the perfect read for obsessives wanting to boost their new year productivity. —Financial Times.

What do these people do in the first sixty minutes of each morning? What do their workout routines look like, and why? What books have they gifted most to other people? What are the biggest wastes of time for novices in their field? What supplements do they take on a daily basis?” – all questions that are answered by successful icons in this book.

If you want to grow your mind, then open this one.

3. Ego is the Enemy by Ryan Holiday – $15.00

Are you getting in the way of your own success? Read this book to find out.

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Taken from Amazon.com

This is a book I want every athlete, aspiring leader, entrepreneur, thinker and doer to read. Ryan Holiday is one of the most promising young writers of his generation.” —George Raveling, Hall of Fame Basketball coach, Nike’s Director of International Basketball.

I see the toxic vanity of ego at play every day and it never ceases to amaze me how often it wrecks promising creative endeavors. Read this book before it wrecks you or the projects and people you love. Consider it as urgently as you do a proper workout regimen and eating right.  Ryan’s insights are priceless.” —Marc Ecko, founder of Ecko Unltd and Complex.

You can buy all three of these books at Amazon. Also, they are all available for free 2-day shipping if you sign up as a student for Amazon Prime (I’m doing a 6 month free trial – highly recommend).

Check out these reads and I’ll see you back here in a little over a week!

Leave me a comment and let me know what your plans are this spring break.

Add a little excitement to your college schedule

It wasn’t until my senior year that I discovered this article from the Purdue exponent about some of the really unique and fun classes Purdue has to offer.

This was unlucky for me, because it was too late to fit something fun in my schedule like Bowling ( I love to bowl), but lucky for you because hopefully it isn’t too late and you can fit something more exciting into your schedule. Or if you just need to fill your schedule with another elective, instead of taking an easy online class, you can opt for something you can look forward to.

The exponent article inspired me to look a little deeper and find a few more unique classes Purdue has to offer.

Let’s take a look at 10 classes:

AMST 20100 – Interpreting America


Credit Hours: 3.00. Introduction to the interdisciplinary study of American culture, history, and society in its national and global contexts.

They offer a version of it called, “Sports and Technology” where you learn about the equipment used in different sports, sports doping, and interview students on their perspective on sports. This class wasn’t on the exponents list of fun classes but I have personally taken it and loved it.

DANC 25000 – Dance Appreciation


Credit Hours: 3.00. Understanding and appreciation of dance as an art form. Topics include compositional forms; movement styles; elements of dance; and influential choreographers, dancers, and theorists representative of various historical periods and aesthetic points of view. 

EAPS 10600 – Geosciences In The Cinema


Credit Hours: 3.00. An introduction to earth and atmospheric sciences based on depictions in popular and documentary cinema. Topics will include: earthquakes, volcanoes, severe weather, dinosaurs, climate change, evolution, meteor impacts, and earth’s interior. Lectures will focus on discussion of the relevant science, separating fact from fiction, and disaster management. Assignments will consist of viewing of films and answering questions about the science contained therein.

EAPS 13800 – Thunderstorms And Tornadoes


Credit Hours: 3.00. Not open to juniors and seniors majoring in atmospheric science. An elementary treatment of the physical structure of the atmosphere and the dynamical conditions that lead to the development of convective clouds, thunderstorms, and severe weather (including tornadoes, hail, wind, rain, lightning, and flash floods). This course will also focus on storm climatology, the socioeconomic impact of severe weather, as well as prediction, detection, warnings, and safety procedures. Analysis of severe weather events will include tornado movies and case studies of ground/aerial surveys of storm damage.

FS 47000 – Wine Appreciation


Credit Hours: 3.00. A study of wine production and marketing principles with an emphasis upon consumption responsibility. Historical perspectives form the foundations for wine classification systems and traditional serving procedures. Cardinal scale sensory evaluations are conducted in relationship to various food pairings. Must be 21 years of age or older to register for this course. Permission of department required.

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Wine Appreciation at Purdue. Photo taken from Purdue Agriculture Connections website.

HIST 37100 – Society, Culture, And Rock And Roll


Credit Hours: 3.00. Surveys American society and culture through the prism of rock and roll music. Looks at politics, gender, race, and class in the postwar era to examine and explain the social, economic, and technological forces that shaped rock and roll. 

HORT 36000 – Flower Arrangement And Indoor Plant Management


Credit Hours: 3.00. Principles of flower arrangements and displays. Identification, culture, propagation, and use of plants for indoor plantings.

PES 11200 – Aquatic Movement Forms


Credit Hours: 1.00. Instruction and practice in aquatic movement forms. Students select from the activities listed in the current schedule of classes. Following is a partial list of activities: beginning swimming; intermediate swimming; advanced swimming; synchronized swimming.

PES 11400 – Exercise And Conditioning


Credit Hours: 1.00. Instruction and practice in various types of exercise programs. Students select from the activities listed in the current schedule of classes. Following is a partial list of activities: body conditioning; exercise and fitness; exercise to music; jogging and running; relaxation techniques; weight training; exercise and principles of weight control. 

PES 11500 – Individual And Dual Movement Forms I


Credit Hours: 1.00. Instruction and practice in individual and dual movement forms conducted in an indoor setting. Students select from the activities listed in the current schedule of classes. Following is a partial list of activities: badminton; billiards; bowling; fencing; judo; karate; beginning gymnastics; intermediate gymnastics; squash; racquetball; yoga; kung fu; personal defense. 

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Bowling Class at Purdue. Photo taken from thetab.com

PES 11800 – Horseback Riding


Credit Hours: 1.00. Instruction and practice in hunter seat equitation. Class meets off campus, and students are expected to provide their own transportation. Following is a partial list of offerings: beginning; intermediate; advanced; combined training.

 

Personally, I wish someone had showed me this list of classes before I was nearing the end of graduation road but hopefully it’s not too late for you. With fall registration coming up, maybe this list will help you take something fun that interests you.

Want to do a little more research for yourself? Check out all the classes Purdue has to offer here.

“It hasn’t been a great week for the two accountants involved in f-ing up the Oscars”

According to that quote, two accountants ruined the Oscars. To me, that is very dramatic.

In case you did not know, the Oscars took place on February 26, 2017. There was a small mishap where the wrong name was called but then it was corrected. The wrong envelop was read aloud and LaLa Land was called for Best Picture instead of Moonlight. The mistake was corrected within a matter of minutes and although it was an awkward mistake, in my opinion, the night was not ruined. It was not a disaster or devastating night like many news articles are making it out to be.

It hasn’t been a great week for the two accountants involved in f-ing up the Oscars. And now, it’s about to get worst. The Academy’s president Cheryl Boone Issacs told the Associated Press yesterday that Brian Cullinan and Martha Ruiz will not be receiving an invitation to next year’s ceremony. Ouch. Brian is being blamed for the mix-up after photos emerged of the him taking pictures of Emma Stone when he was supposed to be checking the envelopes. Not a great look. See the photos and read about everything that happened here.” – This is a quote from The Newsette, which is a daily newsletter I have sent into my inbox.

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Taken from Daily Mail website. This is Martha and Brian.

Fired by the Academy: Accountants will NOT be back at the Oscars as new photos show Brian juggling multiple envelopes AND his phone while gawking at Emma Stone” – The Daily Mail.

Brian handed the incorrect envelop off to Warren Beatty. When the wrong Best Picture winner was announced, Brian was tweeting out a photo of Emma Stone instead of paying attention.

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Brian’s Tweet was posted while the wrong winner was being announced.

Is social media to blame? Maybe we are all too consumed constantly.

Was it just a mistake that should be forgiven? No one is perfect and accidents happen.

Or was Cullinan simply too consumed in himself that he was negligent in his job?

Honestly, I believe it is a little bit of everything. We are told to constantly be connected. That is what the media teaches us. Half the time there are hashtags at the bottom of the screen during shows incase you decide to tweet out something. Cullinan was just doing as everyone else probably was, tweeting and instagramming photos during the event. But even so, Cullinan had a job to do and he should have known to stay off his phone and paid closer attention to what envelop he was handing off. At the end of the day it was a mistake I’m sure he would love to take back and he would never let happen again.

It is a little aggressive to call him out for “gawking” at Emma Stone when was tweeting photos of plenty of different celebrities throughout the night. However he failed at the task required of him and I do believe he should have lost his job. I believe Martha Ruiz was caught in the cross fire and did not deserve to lose her job over someone else’s mistake.

Let me know what you think. Take my poll and feel free to leave a comment.


 

 

 

 

Just in time for Spring Break

You might have seen last week on Instagram that we discussed the importance of exercise. If not, you should know that exercise boosts our brain power, gives us energy and melts away stress. If you have been skipping your workout because you’re bored with Purdue’s CoRec or running out of workout ideas, then maybe you should try out Tenley Studio in Lafayette.

If you have tried it already and used your first free class but didn’t continue going because of the cost.. today is your lucky day. They are having a Spring Break Special. If you haven’t used your first free class, give it a try. If you love it, make sure to snatch up this spring break special before it ends on March 12, 2017.

Typically, their ‘All Class Pack’ which included Barre, Yoga, TKO, Ballet, and Cardio + Core pricing is $95 ($19/class) for 5 classes or $180 ($18/class) for 10 classes. I understand this is a steep cost. Luckily with the special they’re running, classes are only $45 for 5 classes or $90 for 10 classes.

Also, you have an entire year to use up the classes you buy. Even if you can’t fit them in before spring break, there’s plenty of time to go in and workout whenever you please.

“Tenley Studio is like having your own personal trainer,” said Purdue senior, Anna Greiner. “I haven’t had that great of a workout since high school when I played sports.”

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Taken right before Tenley Advanced Tough Barre

Different types of classes offered:

  • Barre:
    • The Tenley Barre is a total body workout that burns fat and sculpts the body to create long lean legs, flat abs, sculpted arms, and a lifted seat. Our Tenley Barre fuses ballet barre conditioning in an hour long high intense workout session. Through this workout you will not only lose inches but you will also gain better posture, more flexibility and better body alignment. This workout will literally change your body — quickly and effectively! Our main goal as instructors is to make sure you get the most out of your workout with hands-on correcting.
    • They even offer different skills levels such as Tenley Open, Tenley Mixed and Tenley Advanced Tough.
  • Cardio + Core
    • Work it and burn it! Intense interval training that keeps your heart rate elevated and your muscles moving for an invigorating workout. Take your body to the next level! Low-High impact. Fast pace. Modifications offered. Not for the faint of heart!
  • TKO Knockout
    • TKO is a boxing training class to get you fighting fit! Each class is a new challenge and will transform you into a Tenley KnockOut! You will learn punching technique and form, and punch combinations. TKO is a cardio packed class with conditioning drills including burpees, jumps and more!
  • Ballet
    • Here at Tenley Studio, we are the only place in town that offers exclusive ballet classes specifically designed for adults. The class is technically structured and focuses on the fundamentals of classical ballet. It will teach you proper body alignment, and help strengthen muscle control, which will improve coordination and posture. You will develop body awareness, better range of motion, and an increase in flexibility, all of which will aide in injury prevention. In addition, you will strengthen cognitive performance and reaction times, making it a useful tool for your everyday wellness. Ballet will also introduce you to musicality and rhythm, as well as a general appreciation for the artistry of classical ballet. If you want to feel graceful and beautiful while getting an incredible workout, then come join a ballet class. 
    • They offer Beginner and Open skill levels.
  • Yoga
    •  They offer three different types of yoga.
    • Power Yoga- Link your breath with movement and learn how to “go with the flow” as as you energize your body with postures designed to increase strength, endurance, and flexibility. This class is appropriate for all levels.
    • Yin Yoga- This is a restorative yoga class and designed as a compliment to our other high energy classes. The focus of the class is gently stretching and healing through a series of long held yin yoga poses. There is no strain or struggle in the postures in this class, rather the focus is on relaxation and meditation. Leave this class feeling relaxed and energized!
    • Cardio Yoga- This class uses the proper alignment, breathing and consciousness that accompany yoga with the added resistance of weights and with short bursts of cardio intervals. Torch calories, sculpt and tone your body. This class is a great option for the seasoned yogi, or the beginner!

Tenley is a great workout option in the West Lafayette/ Lafayette area if you are looking for something new. I took advantage of this spring break special as soon as I heard about it so I knew I had to share. If you’ve have been wanting to try Tenley or go to more classes then hopefully this special will be beneficial to you. Have an amazing rest of your week!

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Taken from mytenleystudio.com

*All italicized definitions are from the Tenley Studio website.

Purdue has a club for you

I did a little research and found out that Purdue has quite the club selection. Not only that, but they have many clubs that I never even knew existed. I want to share a few of the clubs with you that I found most entertaining, creative and humorous. Whether this list sparks your interest or you simply find it amusing, I hope it can bring you some entertainment on this happy Friday.

11 Interesting and Creative Clubs at Purdue:

  • 3D Printing Club (3DPC)
    • 3DPC aims to promote and teach Purdue students about the concepts and practices of a new manufacturing process called three-dimensional printing. This club will offer, to all students, education and a hands on experience with this technology.
  • Boiler Blade (BB)
    • A club that organizes and regulates Belegarth sport games on campus. Belegarth is a medieval combat sport game in which padded weapons are used to fight other players in a full contact, full action style. Meetings Saturdays, Cary Quad, 2:00.
  • Boiler League of Tag (BLT)
    • The Boiler League of Tag encourages leadership, cooperation, and creative thinking through various events centered around the ideals of the game of Tag. It achieves this through several different events, most notably is its flagship Humans versus Zombies.
  • Disney Appreciation Club
    • The Disney Appreciation Club’s main purpose is to allow Purdue students to indulge on their nostalgic cravings as a collective group. The organization also allows students to appreciate the creative genius of Walt Disney and the Disney Corporation.
  • Drone Club
    • The Purdue Drone Club exists to promote and teach Purdue students about the concepts, uses, and practices of drones. This clubs offers hands on workshops for anyone who is interested in designing, building, or flying drones.
  • Purdue Campus Cursive (PCC)
    • We are the Purdue University branch of More Love Letters, lifting and empowering individuals through tangible acts of love.
  • Purdue Cyber Forensics (PCF)
    • This club is for people of all majors that are interested in the exciting field of cyber forensics
  • Purdue Intercollegiate Quidditch Association (Purdue Quidditch)
    • Purdue Quidditch is a club that allows people the opportunity to play quidditch on Purdue’s campus. We have a competitive traveling team that competes at tournaments, but we also have casual games socials for those not wishing to be compete.
  • Purdue Metal Club (PMC)
    • The Purdue Metal Club is a friendly environment where students who listen to heavy metal can come together and discuss the various facets of metal.
  • Purdue Ukulele Club (Pukes)
    • A place for beginners and experts alike to explore their interest in the ukulele.
  • Zoological Society (Zoo Club)
    • The Zoological Society provides students the opportunity for hands on exotic animal experience and interaction. Every two weeks we bring in a speaker who has had exotic animal experience.

If this list of clubs didn’t strike your interest, Purdue’s full list of clubs can be found on BoilerLink. I talked on Instagram this morning about the importance of relishing in your time at Purdue. I believe getting involved and joining a club is an amazing way to meet people and do just that.

Don’t forget about Purdue’s 4-3-2-1-Graduate initiative:

4 – Graduate in four years

3 – Maintain at least a 3.0 grade point average

2 – Study two hours for every hour spent in a classroom

1 – Make one leadership commitment

If you stay on top of your studies the 4-3-2 should be easy enough, but the only way to make one leadership commitment is to get involved.

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Check out BoilerLink and join a club or organization to take full advantage of your time spent at Purdue.