The free press’ has been tense lately. A string of 60-something angry comments, a restatement of mission and a public apology have finally engaged student readers in an ongoing discussion about sexism. “I see a lot of that anger voiced above, and that anger should not be written off as trolling,” writes a student and member of the feminist collective. [...]
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I was very disappointed by recent Free Press coverage of the Undoing Racism workshop (“The New School’s Experience With Undoing Racism”, Feb 21) at The New School. I believe it displayed a lack of journalistic integrity to the facts and a desire to probe the root causes of an issue. My comments are as a former newspaper editor, a participant [...]
Turn to any news network these days and you’re guaranteed to see the same thing: a well-groomed, suit and tied, Republican candidate for the 2012 presidential nomination.
Following the collapse of the occupation at 90 Fifth Ave., and the dissipation of the short-lived alternative provided by the administration at Kellen Gallery, The New School student body was left with a crucial decision.
Kimberly Lightbody, Miles Kohrman, and Mashayekhi. The occupation of 90 Fifth Ave. proved to be a contentious and divisive issue for the entire community. For many students, the occupation represented a manifestation of the ideals that they had come to The New School to experience: our historically active and progressive university was, once again, making its voice heard in an [...]
On the evening of November 2 in the Theresa Lang Center, Liberty in North Korea (LiNK) featured a screening of their recently released documentary film, “Hiding: The Final Cut.”
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Kimberly Lightbody and Miles Kohrman. Since the beginning of this semester, the student government of Lang College, the Lang Student Union, has been noticeably absent. While other student organizations have already held their first meetings and planned their next moves, the LSU has hardly begun gearing up for the semester ahead.
To the Editor: I recently read with amazement Judith Butler’s letter to the editor (December 15, 2010) in which she explains her support of Hezbollah and Hamas.
Dear Free Press, In the previous two weeks the Free Press has published three articles on the proposed revisions to the school’s sexual assault policy.