The aim of the club is to bring together all levels of badminton players at Purdue University and in Greater Lafayette by offering a healthy environment for competitive badminton.
The Baha'i Faith is the youngest of the world's independent monotheistic religions. Founded in Iran in 1844, it now has more than five million adherents in 236 countries and territories. Baha'is come from nearly every national, ethnic and
Bangladesh Student Association at Purdue University serves the best interest of Bangladeshi students studying here. Its purpose is to represent the culture and heritage of Bangladesh through different programs and thus familiarize Bangladesh to Purdue.
The Baptist Student Foundation is a campus ministry affiliated with American Baptist Churches. Our members, however, come from a wide variety of religious traditions. We encourage everyone from all faiths to join us.
The Purdue Bass Fishing Club is for both the extreme bass anglers as well as for those just starting. Tournaments are scheduled every semester and students are paired with boat drivers and compete for points in th tournament. At the end of
The Black Thought Collective (BTC) is a student ensemble whose goal is to broaden and enhance the educational experience of involved students through the knowledge sharing from an Afrocentric perspective.
Black Voices of Inspiration (BVOI) is an exceptional choir dedicated to the performance of spirituals, gospels and contemporary songs of inspiration by African American composers.
Haraka Writers create bold and informed literary work that establishes a strong voice for the modern black experience.
Jahari Dance Troupe is a vibrant student dance company trained in techniques that range from traditional to contemporary trends of black dance.
A thought-provoking theatrical company that presents a variety of works related to the Afrocentric experience.