Flocks of students made their way to the Stood on April 18, where student bands covered artists like Taylor Swift, Drake, Slipknot, The Beach Boys, Avril Lavigne, and many more. Jake Atherton, a junior at Purchase, described the show as
On Tuesday April 14, Professor Monica Ferrell opened up the tenth week of the Creative Writing Visiting Poet’s Series with a huge smile. She read a brief introduction about poet Lillian-Yvonne Bertram before the guest speaker took her place at
April is Autism Awareness/Autism Acceptance month. To celebrate, participants of the Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) Program at Purchase are hosting a panel and talent showcase tonight, April 15. According to Lauren Greiner, ASD program coordinator, all of the panel and
The PSGA held an emergency meeting on Tuesday, April 7 to bring up topics such as Governor Cuomo’s sexual assault policy and the dismissal of the SUNY Rational Tuition plan. The most controversial topics were saved for the second half
This week Purchase students are waiting with bated breath to sign up for classes. However, many may not be aware of the cross-registration partnership between Purchase and Manhattanville colleges. On April 27, students will have the opportunity to turn in
Tracy Goldberg is experiencing some new fame as the student behind the current event, Random Snaps of Kindness. Her plan is for students to add the Snapchat account, “snapofkindness” and send creative pictures and photos of kind actions they perform.
Career Development Center is hosting a career panel discussing the benefits of eco friendly careers to Purchase students. Collaborating with the Environmental Studies Department, the two hope to help students understand on the resources needed, if students are seeking to