The Center for Public Scholarship and The New School for Drama co-organized a panel discussion on April 28 at Tishman Auditorium for the launch of the latest issue of the journal Social Research: An International Quarterly, covering the subject of politics and comedy.
Articles By: Ashley Chervinski
A plea for fangirls everywhere to scale down their obsessions We all have that stage where we obsessively fangirl over something. For me (and I can’t believe I’m admitting this) it was at age 12, when I discovered Good Charlotte.
Poor attendance prompts likely revisions At 9 p.m. on April 20, one student sat alone in a conference room at 2 W. 13 St. when the University Student Senate meeting was scheduled to begin. After half an hour had passed, a total of five of the USS’s 14 senators had arrived. At the next meeting on April 26, only four [...]
The School of Fashion at Parsons is known the world over as a prestigious institution — the former academic home of Donna Karan, Marc Jacobs, Anna Sui, Alexander Wang and Tim Gunn.
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.