As governor of Indiana, Mitch Daniels launched a 10-year highway-building push, and reached into Hank Williams‘ songbook to dub it “Major Moves.”
So there was a touch of deja vu when Purdue, where Daniels is now president, announced a rollout this week of what a news release calls the university‘s “next big moves.”

Those moves involve answering a question Daniels posed when his selection as president was first announced: how to bring a college education in sync with an increasingly digital world. Daniels says Purdue will rethink just what classroom time is for: