Think Wide Open
- The program is designed to attract students from a diverse range of undergraduate study programs.
Humans of NY Insta Features Purchase Success StorySolangie Anulsa Ledesma ’20 pays tribute to the assistant principal who influenced her life as a teenager.
4th Annual POV Festival: April 17–18Laila Wilson ’22 is taking the Annual POV Festival to new heights.
Joe Matoske ’10 Wins Emmys and Accepted Into ACEMatoske entered American Cinema Editors (ACE) upon winning an ACE Eddie Award last January.
Two Purchase Authors Among Most Notable for 2020Books by Carl Safina ’77 and Garth Greenwell ’01 landed on The New York Times list of “100 Most Notable Books of 2020.”
Creative Writing Alumni Trio Launch a Literary VentureThe inaugural issue of Brown Sugar will release on November 27.
Adam Nagourney ’77 Captures Historical Importance of Supreme Court RulingThe author and political reporter for The New York Times co-authored a piece for the paper on the occasion of the landmark Supreme Court ruling on LBGTQ rights.
Two 2019 Grads Are Winners of This Year’s Salomon AwardWinners will use the funds to expand Black Lives Matter protest reporting on their lauded Twitter account, NYC Protest Updates 2020.
Sonia Barkat ’21 Publishes Collection of Plays
Journalism major Sonia Barkat ’21 recently had a book of plays published, Winter Stars: Three 10-Minute Plays: From Tragedy to Fantasy to Comedy.
The Alchemy of Meth by Professor Jason Pine Earns Honorable MentionsAcknowledged by The Society for Cultural Anthropology and the Society for Humanistic Anthropology.
Stephen Cooke Receives National Science Foundation Grant and Publishes His 100th ArticleThe associate professor of chemistry is part of a research team that received a $1.5 million grant from the National Science Foundation.
Mariales Diaz ’19 Named a Sundance Ignite Fellow
Congratulations to the emerging filmmaker, one of ten named a Sundance Ignite x Adobe Fellow.