The University Police Department (UPD) at Purchase College held a press conference today regarding the arrest and arraignment of Raymond Turchioe for a first-degree aggravated harassment charge in relation to the etching of swastikas on the walls and doors of
Update: This article has been updated to reflect Purchase College’s comments. A suspect has been arraigned and arrested in the case regarding the carving of swastikas on the doors and walls of Farside, a student dorm. Raymond Turchioe, an 18-year-old
In a follow-up to the Provost Forum by Purchase College’s administration, students organized a second forum later that day with a panel of administrators to discuss ongoing issues with racial discrimination and security measures on campus. The emotionally charged forum,
An open forum held yesterday by the administration has left many wondering if progress is stagnant not only in the investigations into the hate crimes, but also in ongoing racial and security issues on campus. “Crimes get solved because witnesses
As the investigation of last week’s hate crimes at Purchase College enters its second week, discussion turns towards new efforts by the administration and the University Police Department to address information on the cases and how to better campus security.
DARKMATTER, the trans South Asian performance art and organization duo, will be putting on a show of “poetry, polemic, and healing” at Purchase on Tuesday, March 26 in the Social Sciences Lecture Hall 1001 at 8:00 p.m. Formed by Alok
The Senior BFA Acting Group at Purchase College put on a memorable performance with “Romeo and Juliet,” directed by Christopher McCann, a junior acting teacher in the BFA Acting Conservatory who also teaches Shakespeare in New York City. Running through
After several swastikas were discovered etched on the walls of Farside only three days prior, a second instance of vandalism occurred on campus. On Saturday, March 21, students reported a series of drawings depicting nooses in four separate areas on