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Secure your Free Adobe Account by July 6th: Action Required

Tim Marshall, Provost Information Technology Eligible graduates now have the option to migrate their Adobe assets to a new “Creative Cloud Free Membership” account. This option is only available until next Monday, July 6, 2020. The migration process allows graduates to receive 4 months of free access

Claire Haughey, Doc Studies ’20, Premieres Film, Hidden Costs

Claire Haughey, Doc Studies ’20, recently premiered her documentary Hidden Costs online at ActionNetwork.org. 50 years after the second largest oil spill in US history was discovered leaking under North Brooklyn, a fracked gas pipeline is under construction in the same community. The project destabilizes

Alumni Greg Mania Teaches for Personal Disclosures

This summer, Greg Mania, Media Studies ’16 is teaching for Personal Disclosures alongside literary luminaries like Roxane Gay, Rachel Cargle, and Porochista Khakpour. Greg will be donating half of his earnings to The Okra Project, which benefits Black trans folks. People can take a workshop with Greg for $25

SMS Alumna Short Documentary Film, OUR OWN HOUSE

SMS Alumna Vanessa Bergonzoli has shared a temporary link to a documentary film she has worked on alongside a Brooklyn based crew.  “As a New School alumna (MA Media Studies), I am excited to share with you, for a limited time only, the link to

Laura Scherling, MA Media Studies ’14, Publishes Book “Ethics in Design and Communication: Critical Perspectives”

Co-edited with Andrew DeRosa, New School Alumni, Laura Scherling, MA Media Studies ’14, published her book, Ethics in Design and Communication: Critical Perspectives with Bloomsbury Academic. Description: The collection brings together critical, analytic, historical, and practical studies to address what ethics means in the practice of design. Designers

Sam Feder, Media Studies ’04, is Nominated for a 2020 Queerty Award

Sam Feder, MA Media Studies ’04,  was nominated for a 2020 Queerty Award in the “Next Big Thing” category for their film, Disclosure: Trans Lives on Screen.  “Disclosure: Trans Lives on Screen is an unprecedented, eye-opening look at transgender depictions in film and television, revealing how Hollywood simultaneously