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Amelia Earhart Statue
Outside the dorm and dining court that bear her name. A symbol of one of Purdue University's most famous icons has a permanent home on campus. This bronze statue of Amelia Earhart stands eight feet tall and holds an airp... more→
Armory Parking Lot Pervious Pavement and Bioswales
Purdue University’s Armory building dates back to 1928, when it was rebuilt after a fire, and currently houses several clubs, fundraisers, and other events on campus (including Boiler Gold Rush). Although the asphalt p... more→
Beering Tribute Sculpture
Artist: Faustino Aizkorbe Dedicated: 9/26/2003 The tribute to Purdue President Emeritus Steven C. Beering features four iron railroad tracks, which are suspended from a tripod with a bronze torso at the top. A Maltese cr... more→
Bioswale at Bill and Sally Hanley Hall
The Bill and Sally Hanley Hall is a three-story addition to Fowler Memorial House, and houses the Department of Human Development and Family Studies. When it was built, Hanley Hall included a bioswale in front of the bui... more→
Bioswales at Mann Hall, Discovery Park
The bioswales at Purdue Discovery Park were installed during the sixth phase of landscaping work, completed in 2009. Located on the west side of Mann Hall, the bioswales slow and/or eliminate excess stormwater into the s... more→
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