The New School Supports Jason Rezaian

On July 22, 2014, Jason Rezaian, a 2001 graduate of The New School’s Eugene Lang College and a foreign correspondent for the Washington Post, was detained by Iranian authorities in Tehran. Charged with “collaborating with hostile governments” and “propaganda against ... read more

#Lang30: Lang’s Own Renaissance Man

It was 10 years ago, almost to the day, that André Singleton found out he had cancer. At the time, he was five weeks into his freshman year at Morehouse College, his tuition made possible by a merit-based scholarship from ... read more

Celebrating the Sciences at Lab Open House

The New School prides itself on its design-inspired education, which combines design and social research to consider and solve real-world issues. With the opening of a new set of science wet-labs in the University Center, The New School has made ... read more

#Lang30: Alum Embraces a World of Literature

Bookworm or not, this statistic might come as a shock: less than three percent of new literature published in the United States originates outside the Anglosphere. For Kendall Storey, this is nothing short of “devastating.” “If you think of literature ... read more