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Come in from the Cold

When the temperature drops, the array of indoor activities increases.

Your students have lots of choices to stay active, find new friends, or just take a break. See a selection of what’s available below.

Admission to the Neuberger Museum of Art for current students is always free. A new two-part exhibition exploring neon light as an art form,
Stephen Antonakos: Proscenium + Bending Light: Neon Art 1965 to Now,
is on view through June 24.

The Performing Arts Center (PAC) often sells “rush” tickets to students for $5 each in the hours before show time. Our own conservatory programs also perform there. A couple of upcoming highlights include the multidisciplinary collaborations of the LA Dance Project, whose founder is dancer, choreographer, and star of the film Black Swan, Benjamin Millepied. (Coincidentally, scenes from Black Swan were filmed in the PAC.)

Two Bands, Two Pianists features the Purchase Symphony Orchestra and the Purchase Latin Jazz Orchestra performing together in a celebration of Black History month as well.

The Athletics Department offers a full range of Recreation and Intramural clubs, classes, and events. From Stage Combat to Nerf Club to Yoga and Zumba, students can work off stress through connecting with others and moving.

And trips off campus such as ice skating at a nearby rink next Saturday and a Yankees game in April are available for nominal fees that include transportation.