New Challenge Winners Go Up, Up, and Away

A balloon-powered data collection system. A tech-training initiative that empowers women.  A farmer-owned and operated juice bar. An orchestral group that reimagines classical performance for the social media age. The finalist groups gathered on April 21 for the 2014 New ... read more

Princeton Review Verdict: Green to our Core

Happy Earth Day, New Schoolers! We have some exciting news to share today. For the second year in a row, The Princeton Review has listed our university in its “Guide to Green Colleges.” Published for the last five years in ... read more

Parsons Goes Faux Fabulous Furs

The aspiring fashion designers all began with a swatch of the same fabric. In the end, that material had been stripped, dyed, weaved, layered, frayed, and cut into indistinguishable form, then masterly crafted into jackets, vests, and accessories. These final ... read more

Model by Parsons SCE Students on Display at Jewish Museum

An exhibition currently on view at the Jewish Museum, Other Primary Structures, prominently features a three-quarter-inch scale model of its 1966 exhibition, Primary Structures: Younger American and British Sculptors, complete with miniature artworks. The model depicts the museum as it was in 1966. ... read more

New School for Jazz Wins Big in JJA Jazz Awards

Those over at The New School for Jazz have reason to celebrate this week, after two faculty members and one alumnus reinforced their long-time rock star status with wins in the annual Jazz Journalists Association Jazz (JJA) Awards for Music ... read more