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The New School was Featured on WestView News

During the next few months WestView will be dedicated to tracing the history of  The New School, how it got its name, and examining what, a century ago, was the “old school” against which the founders of The New School reacted so vehemently.The New School

The New School Centennial Featured in WestView News

The New School was featured on the cover of WestView News (the attached image). You can read the cover story, which includes an excerpt of A Drama in Time, Creative Writing faculty John Reed’s forthcoming book about the university, here: The New School: First Century. Over the next few months, WestView News (The Voice

Seed & Spark Campaign and short film by current Media Management student Gerri Weinberger geared towards ending the stigma around Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD)

A Seed & Spark campaign was launched by Gerri Weinberger, current Media Management student who will be graduating in December 2019 and Susanna Stahlmann for Borderline Coffee, a short film geared towards ending the stigma around Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD). The film follows a woman, Miranda, who is glued

Inaugural New School Research Symposium, April 23

INAUGURAL NEW SCHOOL RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM The Provost’s Office of Research Support, in partnership with Faculty Affairs, Student Success, the University Student Senate, Student Leadership & Involvement, and Marketing & Communication, would like to invite you to the inaugural New School Research Symposium. The first annual New School

Discussion with Steve Madden on Campus, May 2

Join Mickey Boardman, Editorial Director of Paper Magazine, as he sits down with footwear mogul Steve Madden to discuss how he built his billion dollar empire from the ground up. Time: Thursday, May 2, 6:30 PM  (Doors Open at 6:00 PM) Location:  Alvin Johnson/J.M. Kaplan Hall – The Auditorium

2019 MS grad student survey for sports & technology

SPORTS & TECHNOLOGY SURVEY SMS MS grad student, Farrah Thomson is doing research for her Capstone project to learn about behavior and opinions of people related to sports, fan engagement, and immersive technology. Please take a few minutes to fill out the below survey questions. Thank you!

Film Professor Greg Takoudes to Release New Book in May

Professor Greg Takoudes’ new book, The Collaborative Director: A Department-by-Department Guide to Filmmaking will be published in May 2019. A Routledge Press publication, the book examines the directing process through the lens of collaboration.  Each chapter explores a different film department, uses case studies of directors such as Robert Altman, Kelly

Nitin Sawhney GIDEST Faculty Fellowship Talk on Contestational Design, Friday April 12th

CONTESTATIONAL DESIGN: HOW AGONISM TRANSFORMS PARTICIPATORY DESIGN Participatory design for some often implies common purpose, stakes and equitable dispositions among participants engaging in a consensual process towards amenable design outcomes. Much has been written about the nature of participation, power relations, and the socio-political challenges of ensuring co-determination,

Attend the Social Justice Committee Meeting, March 27

SOCIAL JUSTICE COMMITTEE MEETING When: Wednesday, March 27, 2019, 3:00–4:30 p.m. Where: Baldwin Rivera Boggs Social Justice Hub, University Center, 63 Fifth Avenue, 5th floor (near room 514) Please join us for our next Social Justice Committee meeting. Our agenda includes: Welcome, introductions and community

Indocumentales screening of “The Unafraid” Monday March 4th, NYU

The Indocumentales team would like to invite the new school community to a screening. Indocumentales will be showcasing “The Unafraid”–a feature-length documentary that follows the personal lives of three DACA students in Georgia a state that has banned them from attending their top state universities and disqualifies them

Zolberg Film Competition

WELCOMING IMMIGRANTS TO AMERICA: A VIDEO COMPETITION ABOUT AMERICAN IMMIGRATION Are you a New School student concerned about the portrayal of refugees and immigrants? The Zolberg Institute, in coordination with the Exodus Institute, is holding a short film contest in which students are invited to

Christine Paul interviewed about her exhibition Programmed at the Whitney

Professor Christiane Paul is interviewed about her Programmed exhibition at the Whitney on WNYC’s Science Friday in a segment called How Artists Made Code Their Paintbrush. Programmed: Rules, Codes, and Choreographies in Art, 1965–2018 establishes connections between works of art based on instructions, spanning over fifty years of conceptual,

Coca-Cola Regal Casting Call

Coca-Cola Regal Cinemas “Exchange” Short Film Casting a Coca-Cola Regal Film student filmmaker short. CocaCola Regal Cinemas provides opportunities for student filmmakers from partner university film schools to showcase their talent. Auditions/Callbacks held in Manhattan Dec 10, Dec 11, & Dec 12th. Seeking two female leads