A plow removes snow from J-Street in the Olde as the storm begins to hit Purchase College. January 26, 2014. (Photo/ David Weber).

Weather Update: Winter Storm Juno Leaves Purchase On Alert

Historic Winter Storm Juno has set in at Purchase College canceling Tuesday’s classes. Early this morning an email came from the Provost’s office notifying More »

Ashley Kotash, 23, takes a stroll through Purchase campus, soaking up the nice weather before the winter months set in. (Photo/  Meagan Smyth).

Snowtime Sadness…

Last year’s severe snowfall left Purchase students feeling angry, stuck and cold. Over 22 inches of snow, four snow days and delays with snow More »

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Purchase Students March For Justice: Millions March NYC

On Dec. 13 approximately 100 Purchase College students boarded two rented school buses and went to Manhattan to join tens of thousands of other More »

Photo from "Purchase Goes to Millions March" Facebook event.

Meeting Today to Prepare Purchase Students for Protest

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!” More »

Posters for last Friday's "Not Paid For By Your MSAF" designed by Tristan Dubin. (Photo/Tristan Dubin)]

Reviewing the Red Theater: “Not Paid For By Your MSAF” Is a Priceless Experience

Upon a loud and clear “get the fuck inside” students rushed into Campus Center South this past Friday while cast and crew members dashed More »

Provost Cancels Classes as Nor’Easter-Style Snowstorm Pummels Purchase

At night, Alumni Village grows white as the snow builds up on the ground below. (Photo/ David Weber).

What started as a light snowfall quickly turned into a raging storm at Purchase. At 5:06 a.m. Monday morning, students and staff woke up to an email from Provost Barry Pearson stating that all classes and activities after 2:30 p.m.

Weather Update: Winter Storm Juno Leaves Purchase On Alert

A plow removes snow from J-Street in the Olde as the storm begins to hit Purchase College. January 26, 2014. (Photo/ David Weber).

Historic Winter Storm Juno has set in at Purchase College canceling Tuesday’s classes. Early this morning an email came from the Provost’s office notifying students that classes and activities after 2:30 p.m. were canceled. By 6 p.m., all activities and

The Holiday Train Show Carries Something for Everyone

[Inside the Penn Station building with trains. Photo/Daniel Zuckerman.]

For those in need of some winter cheer during break from school, the New York Botanical Gardens is holding their annual Holiday Train Show which opened on November 15. The show is held in the Enid A. Haupt Conservatory and

‘Tis the [Cuffing] Season

Emily McDaniel and Jonathan Schenk are a loving couple who couldn’t stop showing affection to each other in the SUNY Purchase Library. (Photo/ Cheree Fraser).

Grab your blankets, hot cocoa and your cuddle buddies, everyone, Cuffing Season is in full effect! “Ayo, it’s D-money Flaco here coming at you from the Olde,” says David Zheng, a SUNY Purchase playwriting major. “I’m 21 and single, but

Snowtime Sadness…

Ashley Kotash, 23, takes a stroll through Purchase campus, soaking up the nice weather before the winter months set in. (Photo/  Meagan Smyth).

Last year’s severe snowfall left Purchase students feeling angry, stuck and cold. Over 22 inches of snow, four snow days and delays with snow removal caused some students to take their frustrations to social media: “Maybe the sun will melt

Purchase Students March For Justice: Millions March NYC

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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

Meeting Today to Prepare Purchase Students for Protest

Photo from "Purchase Goes to Millions March" Facebook event.

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 Geo Borden. She was met with chants of solidarity response

Reviewing the Red Theater: “Not Paid For By Your MSAF” Is a Priceless Experience

Posters for last Friday's "Not Paid For By Your MSAF" designed by Tristan Dubin. (Photo/Tristan Dubin)]

Upon a loud and clear “get the fuck inside” students rushed into Campus Center South this past Friday while cast and crew members dashed back and forth, as the Space Jam theme song blared through the room. The cast introduced

Money, Race, Transparency: PSGA Senate Overview

Every Senate meeting follows the Robert's Rules of Order, which allows motions and seconds to be made on the various items on agenda. (Photo/ David Weber).

In a PSGA Senate meeting on Wednesday from 10 p.m. to 12:53 a.m., a long debate ensued over transparency, and the event rounded out with a discussion on racism. The main initiative presented to the Senate was the Capital Update

A Few Polos, or Something More? Ferguson Protesters Express Concerns to PSGA Senate

Every Senate meeting follows the Robert's Rules of Order, which allows motions and seconds to be made on the various items on agenda. (Photo/ David Weber).

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 p.m., they were joined by many Purchase students who participated