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The State University of New York Purchase College

Breakdown of “Surrounding City” at SUNYPU

By Gender
By Major
Art & Design DepartmentC
Fine Arts - Painting/Sculpture/Photography/etcB-
History/Histories (art history/etc.)C+
Language - French/Spanish/etc.C
Music - Composition/TheoryF
Music - PerformanceC-
Music EducationA
Perfomance ArtsC-
Political ScienceB+
PreMed and MedicalF

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State University of New York Purchase College
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Surrounding City

... Why is is that, on Friday night at Purchase College, the hottest spot on campus (the scene to be seen at) is the free shuttle bus to go home to ...Read full comment
... If you can't go into the city then you're pretty much stuck going into White Plains if you want to get off campus ...Read full comment
... the free shuttle service is totally unreliable and having a car is necessary, even though the only things to do in White Plains, the surrounding ...Read full comment
... The surrounding city (white plains) is really no better ...Read full comment
... I am a commuter from the city (the Bronx) ...Read full comment
... ( Ok, more straight guys are needed) It's just close enough to the city, and good access to white plains ...Read full comment
... The closest city, White Plains, is okay ...Read full comment
... I wouldn't venture into many other parts of the city ...Read full comment
... I belong in the city, not here ...Read full comment
... The parties that were held in areas like campus center north or the butler building (now known as the student center) Is used but rarely filled t...Read full comment
... Our campus is known to be ugly, but it really does not feel that way and if you really need a change of scenery we are about 45 minutes outside N...Read full comment
... New York City is 40 minutes away and fun on weekends if you have the funds ...Read full comment
... You do have the ability to go into the city, that is true ...Read full comment

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