On April 22, HBO aired the second episode of the new series “Girls” — the much-vaunted over-billed black comedy about four over-privileged women in their early 20’s trying to overcome the obstacles against being taken seriously as adults, while still living off their parents.
Articles By: Jill Heller
Not unlike the fictional teenagers of C.S. Lewis who walked through a wardrobe and ended up in Narnia, visitors to the SKIN exhibit boarded a rickety elevator in the lobby of the 25 East 13th Street building, on the night of April 2, and arrived in the midst of a forest.
Through art, New School student chronicles her cancer and treatment On an afternoon last March, in an isolated corner of a Parsons classroom on Fifth Avenue, Nicki Muller huddled over a canvas, headphones in her ears, applying twisted strokes of paint to a black background.
How The New School markets itself It’s happened to many New School students under similarly dubious circumstances: They were surfing Reddit, browsing for songs on The Pirate Bay, or livestreaming the Super Bowl when they saw a familiar burnt orange rectangle hovering at the edge of their screen. If the students felt as though they were being followed, it may [...]