The New School released its federally mandated 2010 campus crime statistics report this month, revealing only two reported crimes on campus in the 2010 calendar year.
Archive for October, 2011
Summit explores the influence of digital media on higher education After roughly two years of planning, one of the largest events in the history of The New School, the Mobility Shifts Summit, opened its doors on October 10 to an international community of scholars, activists, artists and professionals.
I think it’s repugnant to police other people’s language. I am too conscious of First Amendment rights to invade a stranger’s conversation with militant grammar. I do not phone 911 because I hear someone say “I could’ve went.” I cannot deny the error offends, but in New York City I tolerate it like an occasional odor that jumps from the [...]
Mannes students eat, sleep and play by Central Park Between music theory classes and rehearsals, Mannes students can be found in the fifth floor lounge of the Mannes building on 150 W. 85th St.
In “Henry VI,” Performance Art Transforms a Shakespearean Classic “Henry VI,” an adaptation of Shakespeare’s trilogy of the same name, directed by New School for Drama professor Casey Biggs, debuted on October 13 to a full auditorium at The New School for Drama Theater at 151 Bank St.
A woman covered in can lids danced down 14th Street between Avenue D and First Avenue; the aluminum tops clicking and clacking connected to her clothes could be heard from a block away.
Open publication – Free publishing Content by guest contributors Jolie Peters and Olivia Tarplin. Layout by Daisy Geoffrey
The New School community has officially joined the Occupy Wall Street demonstration. Over 300 students and faculty participated in a walkout on October 5, held in support of the protests. The walkout began at around 3:30 PM in the Vera List Courtyard.
Kimberly Lightbody and Miles Kohrman. Since demonstrators began gathering in the Financial District on September 17, their credibility has been called into question. As the days have passed and their numbers have grown, both supporters and critics have raised their voices.