Ken Chen, the 3rd reader in Purchase's Visiting Poet series.

Poets at Purchase: A Reading With Ken Chen

The snowstorm that persisted into the evening on Tuesday, March 3 didn’t stop Professor Monica Ferrell’s creative writing students from coming to More »

(Photo/ Ryan Brady)

Collaboration, Not Help, Emphasized At Casa Purchase’s ESOL Internship

Christine Sanchez and Miriam Gomez-Yee both entered the Westchester Hispanic Coalition’s English classes in search of experience. As an intern with Casa More »

[Alex Rudder (back and center) and the members of Sigma Alpha Mu with their pledge books. Photo/ Marcello Ramirez.]

Greetings vs. Grievings: Purchase On the Presence of Greek Life

Sophomore student, Alex Rudder is attempting to bring a fraternity to Purchase. Since his freshman year, Rudder has been exploring his options More »

Sharing Hope and Gaining Acceptance: Take Back My Body Night

In celebration of Love Your Body Week, students gathered from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Wellness Yoga Studio to share personal More »

Roger Reeves.

A Reading with Roger Reeves

For the fourth week of the Creative Writing Program’s Visiting Poets Series, guest poet Roger Reeves strolled into the Red Room of More »

Poets at Purchase: A Reading With Ken Chen

Ken Chen, the 3rd reader in Purchase's Visiting Poet series.

The snowstorm that persisted into the evening on Tuesday, March 3 didn’t stop Professor Monica Ferrell’s creative writing students from coming to hear a reading by Asian-American poet, Ken Chen. Arriving from the storm 25 minutes after the original start-time,

Collaboration, Not Help, Emphasized At Casa Purchase’s ESOL Internship

(Photo/ Ryan Brady)

Christine Sanchez and Miriam Gomez-Yee both entered the Westchester Hispanic Coalition’s English classes in search of experience. As an intern with Casa Purchase, Sanchez is a learning assistant with the WHC’s English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) instruction classes

Turn Off the Projectors: an Empty Room and a Motivational Speaker

[The keys Cooksey used in the life-altering crash when he was in his early 20's. Photo/ Noah Roberts.]

When an Alcohol Awareness meeting was scheduled in the Student Services building on campus here at Purchase College, there was a chance for Aaron Cooksey, a motivational speaker from Ohio, to share his example with students. But at the time of

Greetings vs. Grievings: Purchase On the Presence of Greek Life

[Alex Rudder (back and center) and the members of Sigma Alpha Mu with their pledge books. Photo/ Marcello Ramirez.]

Sophomore student, Alex Rudder is attempting to bring a fraternity to Purchase. Since his freshman year, Rudder has been exploring his options and, in searching for a frat to lead at Purchase,  found Sigma Alpha Mu, or “Sammy.” Kyle Riegler,

Sharing Hope and Gaining Acceptance: Take Back My Body Night

In celebration of Love Your Body Week, students gathered from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Wellness Yoga Studio to share personal testimonies through art, poetry, and performances. In a supportive and safe environment, students told stories of their struggles

A Reading with Roger Reeves

Roger Reeves.

For the fourth week of the Creative Writing Program’s Visiting Poets Series, guest poet Roger Reeves strolled into the Red Room of the Student Services Building with an air of tranquility trailing behind him. After a brief introduction by Professor

Through the Glass: Protesting Racism

The President's Conference Room (Photo/ Joel Bernola)

Campus diversity and black culture took center stage at this Wednesday’s session of the PSGA Student Senate, with the entire President’s Conference Room in Student Services being decorated in fliers and a collage to further education on racism. The collage,

Electrifying Orchestra

(Photo/ Jeffery Cabrera)

The conservatory of music held an event on Friday, Feb. 20, Purchase Orchestra Electric, which combined classical music and electronic media to create a whole new experience for the audience and composers alike. The event showcased six classical pieces with

BFA Performances at the Dance Theater Lab

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The Conservatory of Dance has started hosting concerts for BFA senior projects. On Friday, Feb. 20, the Dance Theater Lab, or DTL,  presented “What Came Before,” a choreography by five senior dance students. Tickets were sold in a lobby of

An Evening with Ben Lerner

Photo Courtesy of The Durst Distinguished Lecture Series

On Thursday, Feb. 26, Purchase College, through the Durst Distinguished Lecture Series, welcomes students to An Evening with Ben Lerner. Newcomers and admirers will be able to attend a lecture, reading, and conversation with a man who Louise Yelin, Professor of Literature at