As of April 5, the morning-after-pill, otherwise known as Plan B, will be made available over the counter for girls 16 and younger.
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President David Van Zandt and Provost Tim Marshall hosted the first town hall of the semester last week in Wollman Hall.
Nearly 35 people packed themselves into room 517 of the 66 12 St building this past Friday to discuss the future of the New School Student Workers (NSSW).
Registration opened in March for Summer Intensive courses at Lang, the first of its kind. Each course utilizes the university’s unique NYC location, providing opportunities for students to learn on field trips and from professionals in their field.
An Assessment of Faculty Satisfaction at The New School A few months before the start of the Fall 2012 semester, part-time Eugene Lang writing professor Jennifer Baumgardner received an unexpected email from the administration. According to Baumgardner, she was not only informed that her class had been cancelled, but also that her contract at The New School would not be [...]
Parsons School of Fashion Fully Integrates Ask any fashionista at Parsons where they study and chances are you’ll hear the term: “Parsons 560.” For years, students, faculty and staff of the acclaimed School of Fashion have used the shorthand to describe their home in Midtown. “Parsons 560” has become a brand: it is the name of the school’s Twitter and [...]
The Free Press sits down with The New School’s chairman of the Board of Trustees Joseph Gromek, the newly elected Chairman of the Board of Trustees, has a reputation as a turnaround man. As CEO of the Warnaco Group apparel corporation, Gromek managed one of the most acclaimed rescues in the recent history of the fashion industry. Just two months before [...]
The Board of Trustees at Cooper Union announced in a campus notice last week that the entering class of 2013 will be admitted on a full-tuition scholarship.
For five years now, The New School has sent students abroad to work with the Ponheary Ly foundation on providing education for disenfranchised children in rural Cambodia.