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This past Friday, a group of students from Purchase and Manhattanville, along with three Hillel staffers, attended a special Shabbat service at the Jewish Community Center of Harrison featuring Amir […]

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Photography

On August 28, members of the Purchase community came together in the Red Room and outside the Student Services building to commemorate the launch of Casa Purchase, a Latin American […]

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(Photo/ Jacob Vasquez)

In an attempt to end Yeshiva University’s undefeated start of the soccer season, the Panthers ended in a draw of 2-2, but drama just started after the final whistle. On Sept. 9 the Purchase men’s soccer team (2-1) squared off against the undefeated Yeshiva Maccabees (4-0), in the first conference game of the 2014 season for both teams. With a goal from No. 10, senior Andres Romero, in the 18th minute with assists by both senior Eli Wilson-Berkowitz and junior Miles Clohessy, Purchase gained early lead over Yeshiva. But as the game carried on more shoves, yelling, and vulgar language was exchanged between opposing players. “He’s [Yeshiva player] been fouling me all game,” said Clohessy, No. 2, to the Panthers’ head coach James Bruno. “If he does that one more time I’m going to deck him!” If it wasn’t raining enough on Purchase, the Maccabees poured on the Panthers hopes of carrying out the lead by drawing the game at 1-1 in the 18th minute of the second half. After the goal by the Maccabees that evened the score, the pushing and shoving escalated as the game was consistently being delayed due to potential bench-clearing fights. “Gain some composure!” said Bruno. “Earn this win!” The pep talk didn’t seem to be enough to help the team as the Maccabees took the lead off a corner kick with 10 minutes to go in the second half. “Let’s go Panthers!” screamed No. 21, sophomore Connor Leavens, to his team. “This is our […]

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Video Spotlight




Spotlight

Before I turn the corner to the beach Plage de le Gravette on Boulevard d’Aguillon, my eye catches the sun gleaming off the strings of a brick-red Ibanez electric guitar, […]

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Despite the pouring rain, Victor Couto walks with confidence at a fast pace. His red pop-up umbrella is held above his head and he looks straight ahead at his destination. […]

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