Last night, the music flowing from the DJ booth at Pancake Madness stopped for a minute, punctured by cries of “Hands Up, Don’t Shoot!” by PUSH president and student activist […]
Normally at 12 p.m., in the President’s Conference Room, the PSGA Senate holds their weekly meeting to discuss financial issues relating to the PSGA. But on December 3 at 10 […]
On Dec. 13 approximately 100 Purchase College students boarded two rented school buses and went to Manhattan to join tens of thousands of other protesters at the Millions March NYC. The student organization PUSH was at the forefront of this official gathering of Purchase students from various backgrounds, class year, and majors. The purpose of the march, which went from Washington Square Park all the way to 34th Street and back, was to oppose the non-indictments of various police officers involved in the killings of black citizens and other forms of police brutality. All photos that appear in this gallery were taken by Kelsey Sucena, a junior and photographer in the Visual Arts conservatory at Purchase. Additional photos from the Millions March and his other photo projects can be viewed at Vagabond Photography.