Purdue University has shared a variety of collections for Project Stand, documenting many voices of the Purdue campus past and present. Included are samples from the personal papers of several influential individuals, institutional records of student centers, as well as materials on a wide diversity of topics and underrepresented student groups. Some examples include the Cornell Bell Papers, a strong advocate for increasing diversity in business schools; the Barbara Cook Papers, a long time student advocate and student affairs administrator at Purdue; Occupy Purdue materials; and the Underground and Political Student Newspapers Collection.
Collection: Purdue University Black Cultural Center Media Collection
Neil Harmeyer: Digital Archivist
Richard Bernier: Processing and Public Services Archivist