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Purdue’s Summer Session sets record, shows strong demand for Purdue education

More students than ever are graduating early, participating in study abroad and earning extra credentials through enrollment in Summer Session classes at Purdue. Purdue’s total enrollment of graduate, professional and undergraduate students across all Summer Session programs this year is more than 22,000, which is an increase of almost 15% from Summer Session 2021. The percentage of continuing degree-seeking undergraduate students who are taking summer courses is now more than 40%.
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Purdue football practice report Day 6: Defensive standout Jalen Graham leaves after injury

WEST LAFAYETTE – What we saw, what we learned and what to watch for on Day 6 of Purdue practice:. ▶ Jalen Graham, the top playmaker on the defense, sustained a slight strain to his hamstring early in Tuesday's practice. Graham, who plays nickel, safety and outside linebacker, was reaching for his hamstring as the Detroit native hobbled off the field and was in visible pain. He was trying to walk – or – run it off but with little success. The good news: Graham didn’t need a cart to reach the training room and made his way down the steps on his own. He later returned to the practice field in a t-shirt and shorts and walked slowly up and down the field with a towel over his head. Purdue is three weeks away from the opener and the goal is to make sure he’s 100% ready when Penn State visits. The next practice is Thursday, and we’ll see if Graham participates.
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Purdue football practice report Day 5: Tight end Garrett Miller suffers season-ending knee injury

WEST LAFAYETTE – What we saw, what we learned and what to watch on Day 5 of Purdue practice:. ▶ Backup tight end Garrett Miller is done for the season after suffering a knee injury in Monday's practice, the Journal and & Courier has learned. Didn’t see the injury, only Miller laying on the ground. He was helped up and placed on the medical cart and taken inside the facility. Payne Durham remains No. 1 but Paul Piferi now moves to the No. 2 position.
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Purdue football position breakdown: Plenty of options on defensive line

WEST LAFAYETTE - This is the third in a series breaking down each Purdue position group heading into the 2022 season. DE Kydran Jenkins (Jr. 35 tackles, 8 TFL, 5 sacks); DT Sulaiman Kpaka (Rs-Jr.); DE Joe Anderson (Rs-Jr., 6 tackles, 1 TFL, 1 sack); DE Khordae Sydnor (So.); DE Jack Sullivan (RS-Sr., 22 sacks, 4.5 TFL, 2.5 sacks); DT Damarjhe Lewis (Jr., 8 tackles, 1 TFL); DT Branson Deen (RS-Sr., 26 tackles, 9.5 TFL, 4 sacks); DT Lawrence Johnson (RS-Sr., 34 tackles, 4.5 TFL, 1 sack); DT Prince Boyd (RS-Jr., 5 tackles); DT Greg Hudgins (Rs-So.)
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Indiana basketball recruiting: 2023 4-star guard decommits from Purdue

Dra Gibbs-Lawhorn, a 6-foot-1 four-star guard from Montverde Academy, decommits from Purdue, as Indiana basketball was one of two other schools to offer the No. 53 overall prospect in the 2023 recruiting class. Though he received many offers as a sophomore at McCutcheon High School, Gibbs-Lawhorn is reopening up his recruiting and, hopefully, considering the Hoosiers as one of his top schools.
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