Paving the way for Equality in Public Health

As a cutting edge public health researcher, Dr. Brittany Charlton is constantly innovating. With her liberal arts background, public policy experience, and epidemiological training, the post-doctoral fellow at Harvard Medical School and Boston Children’s Hospital addresses some of the most ... read more

The New School Luminaries: Miles Kohrman

The New School has been home to world-changing thinkers and creators since its founding nearly a century ago, with giants like Marlon Brando, Aaron Copland, Donna Karan, and Hannah Arendt having studied or taught here. Today that tradition continues as ... read more

Alumni Day @The New School

Jet lag may have been a common condition for those descending upon The New School’s campus one fine Saturday afternoon in early May. After all, they came from Turkey, Colombia, Japan, Brazil, and more, all to partake in an annual ... read more

Music: A Shared Experience

It was a scene familiar to most of us—a class of young children gathered onstage for a musical performance. For Nicolas Galvan, though, the ordinary scene had struck a chord. “No matter where you are in the world, all kids ... 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

Designing the Future of Media

The bustling and cramped newsroom of The New School’s student-run newspaper, The New School Free Press, is about to get a major redesign—in scope and curriculum, if not in space. Come next fall, Eugene Lang College will team up with ... read more