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- Ghasem Ebrahimian ’79 won for best cinematography, and Jordan Tetewsky ’16 earned the Ultra Indie Award.
Senior Filmmaker Screens Work at TIDE Film FestivalA short film by Kunga Choephel will run Sunday, November 20.
JD Zeik ’82 Adapting Sci-Fi Horror Fantasy Novel for TV
The Warded Man was a New York Times bestseller.
The Buzz About Bees: Collecting Honey to Examine DNAProfessor Stephen Harris and students in this new course extract honey from our own Purchase College bee hives.
Hunter Zimny ’16 Praised for Work on “Funny Pages”Zimny is the director of photography for this critically acclaimed coming-of-age dark comedy.
Blake Pfeil ’19 Finds Solace and Beauty in Abandoned SpacesAll-American Ruins, a multimedia project, began as a way to escape the grim reality of the pandemic and avoid crowds flocking to public trails and parks for their dose of nature.
Fatoumata Fadiga ’24 Named Future Nobel LaureateOne of ten selected for the 2022 Future Nobel Laureates Scholarship Program.
Professors Awarded Major Grant by National Science FoundationProfessors Erika Ebbs and Stephen Harris will study symbiotic communities among ducks.
Poem by Professor Monica Ferrell Published in The New Yorker“Infancy” was published in this week’s print edition.
Can Clever Chemistry Eliminate Nuclear Waste?Professor of Chemistry Stephen Cooke receives a $107,000 grant from the U. S. Department of Energy for uranium and thorium research.
Mackenzie Sky ’23 Researching Brain Cancer TreatmentsThe biology major interned this summer at the Columbia Irving Institute for Cancer Dynamics.
Novel by Marco North ’90 Released to Critical AcclaimKirkus Reviews calls Papa on the Moon “cunningly conceived.”
Bryan Korn ’12: From Internship to Emmy AwardsKorn is writer and producer on the Netflix animated series Hilda, produced by Silvergate Media and winner of two 2021 Daytime Emmy Awards.