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Archive for October, 2011
On October 27, Eugene Lang College’s Skybridge Art & Sound Space became home to Artifix Mori, a new exhibit that brings together the arts and the sciences with help from members of the New School community.
The Art Work Talk series, a forum in which theatre professor Bonnie Marancha invites experimental performing artists to speak at The New School, presented Annie-B Parson and Paul Lazar, artistic directors of Big Dance Theater, to Wollman Hall on October 25.
Not to blow my own horn here or anything, but the December cover of Harper’s Bazaar UK was leaked last week, and with its release a few of my predictions came true about the fashion industry.
Despite the risks of unprotected sex and the resources made available at Student Health Services, many students feel that it still doesn’t seem to be enough motivation for young adults to act responsibly.
Reporting by Danielle Balbi At the Vera List Courtyard, just a stone’s throw away from the busy intersections and fast-paced crowds of Sixth Avenue, the middle of the day approaches.
On Wednesday night, Tishman Auditorium played host to a discussion entitled “Pardons: The Power Nobody Wants.”
The New School made the switch to a new central calling system this month, forwarding all phone calls to the university’s central number to a commercial call center.
Just about every day since the start of the Occupy Wall Street demonstration at Zuccotti Park, a middle-aged homeless man sporting a baseball cap and ripped jeans has been joining protesters to show his disdain for corporate greed and the economic elite.
“Phishing” scam poses as IT in email, targets university community The start of the academic year has seen The New School’s information technology system affected by a number of technical problems, including flaws in the controversial SafeConnect program.