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Purdue University Graduates Receive A $500 Scholarship Donation


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As a Purdue University graduate, I want support Purdue. To do that, Kim & I make a $500 donation to a Purdue Scholarship fund of YOUR choice when you use us as your Tucson Realtors.

This is for you or a family member you refer to us. OK, we will do it when you refer a friend or co worker as well!

Use our Tucson Real Estate Services and we will donate $500 of our commission to a Purdue Scholarship fund of your choice. Yes, your choice and in your name upon the completion of a home purchase or sale

How’s that for the Purdue Spirit?

Tucson has a large and active Purdue University Alumni group. The Purdue Alumni Club of Southern Arizona. We meet regularly to stay in touch and share the ups and downs of our cherished Boilermakers. Click here for the website of Purdue Alumni club of Southern Arizona.

For those not from Purdue University here are Couple of Fun Facts.

Purdue University–West Lafayette. The West Lafayette campus is the primary campus for Purdue University. Purdue was founded in 1869. It has grown from a small state college to a University with an international reputation. Today, undergraduate enrollment is just over 30,000.

How The Purdue Boilermakers Got Their Name –

On October 26, 1891, Purdue beat nearby Wabash College in football. Actually, it was a trouncing. A newspaper in Crawfordsville, Indiana referred to the Purdue football team as the “Boiler Makers”.  Later, the local Lafayette newspapers started using the “Boilermakers” as the name for the team.

In October 1892, Purdue’s student newspaper – the Purdue Exponent – gave it the stamp of approval. The rest is history!

Purdue’s University’s Mascot –

The Boilermaker Special is the official mascot train of Purdue. The concept for the “Special” began with an article in The Purdue Exponent. The first train was presented on September 11, 1940. Since then, the Special has chugged its way to football games and around campus to help rally the Purdue spirit.

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Purdue University was last modified: June 19th, 2015 by ben4wp

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Purdue University was last modified: June 19th, 2015 by ben4wp
Purdue University was last modified: June 19th, 2015 by ben4wp

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