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Cooper Union students lined up on the steps of City Hall on Tuesday to protest the recent announcement that their school will begin charging tuition.
After a tumultuous two-week period following the April 24 announcement of designer John Galliano’s upcoming workshop at the Parsons fashion department, The New School abruptly announced on Tuesday that the plans have been cancelled. Galliano’s workshop, which was set to take place this month, created a stir within The New School community. “It was a condition of our agreeing to [...]
Around two in the afternoon on Wednesday, the beats of a drum echoed throughout the typically quiet halls of the 11th and 12th street Eugene Lang buildings.
For the Homeland, Students Put Lives on Hold As the mounting tensions between North and South Korea continue to dominate the front pages of newspapers, for most students at The New School, the reports from a far-off land are just another headline. Yet for the 558 South Korean nationals who attend the University – the school’s largest international population – [...]
The New School’s Plan for Campus Unification For decades, New School students have complained of the hurdles of taking classes offered across the university’s seven divisions. With classrooms and offices scattered across Manhattan, in buildings in the West Village, the Garment District, and the Upper West Side, the university has famously lacked a traditional campus. At present, students at two [...]
Thirteen years ago, when Eugene Lang College student Cecilia Frescas was six years old, her mother led her brood of six children across the border to the United States from their native Mexico. The move was a risky and desperate attempt to give the children a better life, after the family’s father had been murdered two years earlier. Today, Cecilia [...]
Parsons made headlines on Monday when the school announced that legendary British fashion designer John Galliano will be teaching a class at the Fashion Department next semester.
The New School’s Office of Recreation and Intramural Sports held the school’s 4th Annual Olympics this past Sunday at Chelsea’s Pier 62.
Scott Korb is a Religious Studies and Writing professor at Eugene Lang College and New York University. His latest publication, Light Without Fire: The Making of America’s First Muslim College, tells the story of the nation’s first four-year Muslim liberal arts college. Korb will be speaking about his book and the place for Islam in America at The New School [...]