WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (Exponent) - Lying on a bed of nails, juggling knives and balancing on a big ball are tricks performed on a typical night for some Purdue students.
The Purdue Juggling and Unicycle Club is one of the many unique campus organizations that strive to bring students together. The club's main goal is for students to have fun while learning new tricks and meeting new people.
James Tucci, a third year graduate student in physics, said members of the juggling club produces a different form of art that fuels inspiration.
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