The Mad Hatters of Purchase

The Mad Hatters of Purchase

              Phoenix reporter Kristy Cappiello wandered around campus in search of cool winter hats and the stories behind them: More »

#OOTD: Winter Series

#OOTD: Winter Series

By Kristy Cappiello   “I got these shoes for like, $50 off at Marshall’s and I was like super excited about it, and they were in a half size!” said freshman psychology More »

Superstorm Jonas Wreaks Havoc At Purchase: A Photo Gallery

Superstorm Jonas Wreaks Havoc At Purchase: A Photo Gallery

    Deemed as the second largest snowfall to hit New York State, superstorm Jonas brought nearly 27 inches of powdered snow to New York City over the course of Saturday night More »

Paris Attacks Felt at Home

Paris Attacks Felt at Home

By Jennifer Turiano   Social media has been vigilant in their coverage of the recent Paris terrorist attacks, and for some Purchase students, the immediacy granted them peace of mind. Whether studying More »

Ruff Day? Otis and Cinder Are Here to Help

Ruff Day? Otis and Cinder Are Here to Help

By Angel Gierisch   During finals week, two therapy dogs came to Purchase and dozens of students came to see them in the library on Tuesday afternoon. For most students, the weeks leading up to finals More »

 

The Mad Hatters of Purchase

“My mom made it,” said senior anthropology major, Christian Haarhaus, as he played with the pom-pom on his hat in front of the ‘popular collection’ at the library, “she crochets and made it special for me” (Photo/ Kristy Cappiello).

              Phoenix reporter Kristy Cappiello wandered around campus in search of cool winter hats and the stories behind them:

#OOTD: Winter Series

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By Kristy Cappiello   “I got these shoes for like, $50 off at Marshall’s and I was like super excited about it, and they were in a half size!” said freshman psychology major, Katie Beach, when talking about her fabulous pleather

Superstorm Jonas Wreaks Havoc At Purchase: A Photo Gallery

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    Deemed as the second largest snowfall to hit New York State, superstorm Jonas brought nearly 27 inches of powdered snow to New York City over the course of Saturday night into Sunday morning. Another storm, according to weather.com,

Paris Attacks Felt at Home

People are gathered at the monument, Place de la Republique, near where the attacks happened, to set up a memorial and share a moment of silence (Photo/ Erik DeFruscio).

By Jennifer Turiano   Social media has been vigilant in their coverage of the recent Paris terrorist attacks, and for some Purchase students, the immediacy granted them peace of mind. Whether studying abroad in France, or studying at Purchase through

Ruff Day? Otis and Cinder Are Here to Help

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By Angel Gierisch   During finals week, two therapy dogs came to Purchase and dozens of students came to see them in the library on Tuesday afternoon. For most students, the weeks leading up to finals week can be extremely stressful, with professors demanding

You Could Never Go Wrong With All Black

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By Amber Mowry Lucia Urbanic is a quirky New Media student at SUNY Purchase College. This 20-year-old likes to take inspiration from 90s Internet art and Gwen Stefani. You can find her wearing all black or neutral colors, but either

Living With Autism

Michael Winter, freshman sociology major, poses in his dorm room in front of a poster stating his main goal in life: happiness (Photo/  Nicole Alcindor)

  By Nicole Alcindor   The change from childhood to adolescence can be some of the most brutal years for many, but for Michael Winter, who was diagnosed with severe classic autism, growing up was pure torture. With a friendly

To Boycott or Not to Boycott

New furniture purchased from Corcraft for the newly renovated Humanities building (Photo/ Chris Sharrett)

By Jennifer Turiano   The Purchase Student Government Association (PSGA) wants to end the college’s relationship with a furniture company staffed by incarcerated state convicts. “The central problem is that there’s a conflict of interest,” said PSGA President Joseph Chiavaro

Drill in the Dance Building: A Recap and Photo Essay

The suspect is apprehended. (Photo/ David Weber).

By David Weber A man wearing a neon-orange trench coat, a police badge and bulletproof vest walked up the stairwell connecting the Dance building to the Mall, right hand on his waist and his movement sluggish as he began to

#OOTD: Thanksgiving

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By Kristy Cappiello “I actually wore this on Thanksgiving,” said junior journalism major Victoria Piti. “What’s funny is that I didn’t plan the outfit together I just had the dress on and then I tried the dress on for my