“Rompiendo el Silencio”: A Latinos Unidos Conference

“Rompiendo el Silencio”: A Latinos Unidos Conference

Latinos Unidos hosted an annual event intended for its members and alumni on May 2nd. When asked about the event, club president Stephanie Bonja stated, “Every year Latinos Unidos has an annual conference and More »

“MAYDAY” Makes a “Scene”

“MAYDAY” Makes a “Scene”

In Southside Lounge, chairs surrounded three sides of a makeshift stage. Behind the performers were 30 numbered loose-leaf papers taped to the wall. The first paper said “Mayday!” instead of the number one. More »

Students Rally UPD Following Physical Altercation at Culture Shock

Students Rally UPD Following Physical Altercation at Culture Shock

On Sunday, April 26, at 12:50 a.m., Purchase senior Moneace Smith and a friend were approached by UPD Lt. Donnell Charles after exiting The Stood through the entrance. After leaving the area More »

Goldlink and Zebra Katz End Culture Shock with a Bang: Day 2 in Photos

Goldlink and Zebra Katz End Culture Shock with a Bang: Day 2 in Photos

As cold and dry as the air was in the Admissions parking lot, the second day of Culture Shock was even more energetic than the first. With performances by multi-talented Taylor McFerrin, More »

Good, Good, Not Bad: A Recap of Culture Shock Day 1 in Photos

Good, Good, Not Bad: A Recap of Culture Shock Day 1 in Photos

The first day of Culture Shock has come to an end, but that doesn’t mean the fun is over. The music started off strong with performances by the Higher Levin Steel Band, More »

 

Snapbacks and Tattoos Meet Pliés and Tondues

Shawn Garnier gets sassy in the classroom. (Photo/ Kristy Cappiello)

“A 5,6,7,8,” yells dance enthusiast Shawn Garnier at the beginning of each day. His piercing, hazel eyes narrow as he critically watches his students dance his sassy choreography. Each set of counts gets louder as his eyes widen and his

“Rompiendo el Silencio”: A Latinos Unidos Conference

The Breaking the Silence poster

Latinos Unidos hosted an annual event intended for its members and alumni on May 2nd. When asked about the event, club president Stephanie Bonja stated, “Every year Latinos Unidos has an annual conference and every year we change the topic.” This year,

“MAYDAY” Makes a “Scene”

Courtesy of Red Theater Purchase

In Southside Lounge, chairs surrounded three sides of a makeshift stage. Behind the performers were 30 numbered loose-leaf papers taped to the wall. The first paper said “Mayday!” instead of the number one. Twelve high-energy Purchase students flooded the stage as they

Students Rally UPD Following Physical Altercation at Culture Shock

After a brief but powerful reading of individual rights when confronted by police, students march and chant down the stairs and into the University Police Department office. (Photo/ David Weber)(Photo/ David Weber)

On Sunday, April 26, at 12:50 a.m., Purchase senior Moneace Smith and a friend were approached by UPD Lt. Donnell Charles after exiting The Stood through the entrance. After leaving the area and returning with another friend, Smith was approached

Breath-Taking Talent Takes the Stage at Purchase Dance Company Spring Concert

Courtesy of the School of the Arts

Synchronicity, emotion, chaos and urgency characterize this performance which featured both beautiful ballet and provoking modern dance pieces. The opening of “End Aloud,” featured sheer beige dresses flowing around female dancers, and billowing pants of the same shade on male

A Fresh View At Culture Shock

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Bright, huge structures, lit all over the horizon, as the sunsets, there movements were made more erratic. Bodies walking towards and away from the bright lights, each with a smiling face and eager expressions. The loud music and roars of

Goldlink and Zebra Katz End Culture Shock with a Bang: Day 2 in Photos

(Photo/ David Weber).

As cold and dry as the air was in the Admissions parking lot, the second day of Culture Shock was even more energetic than the first. With performances by multi-talented Taylor McFerrin, jazzy instrumental group The Budos Band, famed rap

Steve Lehman Trio Brings A Cool Vibe to Culture Shock

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On the Main Stage at Culture Shock, the Steve Lehman Trio provided a cool jazz set as an alternative to the rock and rap influenced music usually heard during the annual spring festival. The band consisting of Lehman on saxophone,

Zeppoles: A Culture Shock Essential

(Photo/ David Weber)

“It was definitely cold last night,” said Amanda Kuhl, an employee for Talia’s zeppole cart, “but Purchase students, they’ll come out in the freezing cold for zeppoles!” Kuhl, now 25, has been coming to Purchase to serve students zeppoles at

I Dyed at Purchase

(Photo/ Jennifer Turiano)

With a makeshift photo-shoot set up, “I Dyed at Purchase” used their tent to promote their on-campus presence. Their mission is “to encourage the everyday person to express themselves through the dying of their hair, even if it’s as simple