With its silver-colored tail and grill cover, it doesn’t take much to see that Matt Davis’ blue 1995 Mercury Tracer is not your average car.
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About 20 students gathered around the shell of the PPA-120 Special, a small promotional “train,” in the lab at Purdue Polytechnic Institute Anderson, anxious to see whether it actually would run.
Martin Klipsch knew it might be ambitious to have the dozen members of Pendleton Heights High School’s robotics team compete in a VEX robotics competition.
Anderson’s post-secondary institutions also made news over the past year.
The U.S. Green Building Council Indiana awarded the Purdue Polytechnic Institute an honor for sustainable business practices.
What started as a concept in 2013 will become a reality today when students start taking classes at the new Purdue Polytechnic Institute in Anderson.