WEEKLY RECAP x B-LISTERS X EARLY 2000s

It's been a while since our last Weekly Recap- hope ya didn't miss us too much! Here we have a lovely little collection from B-Listers and OAPIA/Hip-Hop Club collab Early 2000s party:

Shot and edited by Dustin Dacier

Fight With Us For Blood Donor Equality!

For over 30 years the FDA has had a permanent ban against men who have had sex with men from donating blood. There is also a 12 month deferral for women who have had sex with men who have had sex with men from donating blood. This ban was put in place due to fear of HIV and AIDS transmission through blood transfusions. According to the FDA the chance of acquiring HIV from a blood transfusion is 1 in 2 million and the detection of HIV.AIDS is more precise and accurate today.

The SUNY Student Assembly and Purchase COllege student Senate have adopted a document urging the FDA to lift the ban and allow for Blood Donor Equality across the board. 

WIth that in mind we ask you to sign and fight with us for Blood Donor Equality!

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On The Agenda: Senator Appointments and Vigil Kits

  1. UNFINISHED BUSINESS
    1. 1415-95 Fort Awesome PrinterAnjelica Mitlitsky, Senator for the School of the Arts
       
  2. NEW BUSINESS
    1. 1415-96 Appointment of McKenna Plec-Cook to SOA Senator, Chairman O'Rourke
    2. 1415-97 Appointment of Demetrius McCray to Crossroads Senator, Chairman O'Rourke
    3. 1415-98 Manhattanville Thank You Letter, Joseph Bissonnette, Senator of Crossroads
    4. 1415-99 Resignation of Senator Billy Manton, William Manton, Senator for the School of the Arts
    5. 1415-100 Vigil Kit, Joseph Chiavaro, Kinga Toth, Senators for Off Campus Students

Take the Bike Parking Survey!

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On The Agenda: Stray Cat Shelters, A Printer for the Fort, & Gender Neutral Restroom Signs

Check out tomorrow's Senate agenda:

  1. NEW BUSINESS
    1. 1415-95 Fort Awesome PrinterAnjelica Mitlitsky, Senator for the School of the Arts
    2. 1415-91 Resignation of Jeremy Kinney as the Chair of Diversity, Jeremy Kinney, Senator of Alumni Village
    3. 1415-90 Senate Voting Records, Moss Robeson
    4. 1415-92 Gender Neutral Bathroom SignsJoseph Chiavaro, Senator for Off Campus Students; Steven Smith, Senator for the School of the Arts
    5. 1415-93 Shelter for Stray Cats, Anjelica Mitlitsky, Senator for the School of the Arts

A Weekly Recap With Some Donuts

Love J Dilla? Love Tippwerk, PWR BTTM, Show Me The Body, and/or Pinkwash? Love donuts? Then you should have been at the Stood this weekend, ya dingus! Here's a new Weekly Recap to break it down for you.

RIP DILLA & 936 DONUTS <3 

Weekly Recap - Masquerade Ball After Party

Another week, another Weekly Recap from the PSGA Public Affairs team, edited and pieced together by Dustin Dacier! Shout out to OAPIA for a sick after party for their Masquerade Ball fashion show last weekend. Check out pictures from the fashion show below by Jordan Syrop!

TONIGHT: SHOW ME THE BODY \\ HAK (RATKING) DJ SET \\ PINKWASH \\ TIPPWERK \\ PWR BTTM
TOMORROW: NIGHT OF 1000 DONUTS ----- A J DILLA TRIBUTE NIGHT

Weekly Recap :: YUNG GUTTED x KRAKAUR x DEVOYE x KALLIE LAMPEL

Welcome back to beautiful Purchase College, where the walkways are slippery and the grass is always greener when its not covered in 2 ft of snow...

Anywho- our new video intern, Dustin Dacier, made a little treat for all of you stranded in the dorms because of Winter Storm Juno: the PSGA's first Weekly Recap, featuring Purchase's own Yung Gutted, Krakaur, Devoye, and Kallie Lampel. Keep scrolling for shots from our new photo intern, Jordan Syrop.