Drama Student Stars in Proud Whopper Commercial

Alison Aulakh has never had a job as a fast food worker. But this summer, she helped make history by playing one on TV. Aulakh, a New School for Drama BFA student, was cast as the counter-person in Burger King’s ... read more

Ana Oliveira: Solutions for Women by Women

Ana Oliveira considers herself very much a product of her generation. The President and CEO of the New York Women’s Foundation (NYWF) and New School for Social Research alumna, she grew up in São Paulo, Brazil, during the 1960s and ... read more

Reclaiming Imaginative Agency Through Art and Ideas

The events of 9/11 shook the city and the nation. For Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts professor, activist, and artist Sekou Sundiata (1948–2007), the events challenged his understanding of what it meant to be an American ... read more