Besides this blog, what blogs or online sources do you follow for advice pertaining to your graduate studies? Occasionally, GRADFACts will re-post articles from The Chronicle of Higher Education, Inside Higher Ed, and other new sources that might interest NSSR students and faculty. But what have you come across that’s helpful? A friend recently recommended a blog [...]
The following buildings will be open 24 hours beginning from March 5-20th. They will still open at normal times (check here). 25 East 13th St. ...
What is the mind? Is it an unchanging point, serenely unaffected by anything, or does it instead shift and flow in response to the external world? Such ...
Attention student organizers! NSSR student, Leysa Cerswell, is working in conjunction with Chartwells and facilities, and with support from the Green Fund, to make composting available at catered events. ...
The New School Office of Student Development offers discount tickets to New School Students. You can get two per student ID every three weeks and ...
Did you know that you can now access the course catalog for the entire university in one place? Just click on “course catalog” at the ...
In a recent Huffington Post article, you can compare profits from student loans to those netted by some top earning companies. Here’s a spoiler: profits from loans are comparable to the combined profits of JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America, Citigroup and Wells Fargo. Although the author expresses hope this news will cause a response from [...]
Date and Time: May 10, Friday from 6-8PM. Location: Kellen Auditorium at 66 5th Ave FB Event: here Asian Pacific American Heritage Month (APAHM) is a month long celebration of the rich and diverse heritage of Asian and Asian Pacific Islander American communities. Come learn about and celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month with Asian Student Society this Friday [...]
A discussion on the history of political tensions on the Korean Peninsula and the application of Orientalist traditions by American culture presented by the Asian Student Society of The New School: Join us for a panel discussion on the current military and political conflicts on the Korean Peninsula. We will also have a conversation around the ways that [...]
May 20-24, recycle your ewaste in bins located in the lobby of: 55 W 13th Street 6 E 16th Street May 13-24, recycle your ewaste in bins located in: All Residence Halls (ask your RHD for bin locations) Please delete all sensitive data before disposing of any items. All items are sent to be recycled by [...]
Students have organized a screening of Sylvia Rivera Law Project’s film, “Toilet Training”. The film will be followed by a dialogue on the All Genders Bathrooms at The New School. When: Friday, May 10, 3 PM Where: Lang Cafe (65 West 11th Street, ground floor). Here’s a sneak peek of the film: http://youtu.be/2I3y2X6mPCw
The break is almost upon us, and now is the time to find a good book for summer reading. Fortunately, several NSSR professors have come out with intriguing new works to help you pass the hours and keep your brain in gear before classes start up again. Henry A. and Louise Loeb Professor of Political [...]
The New School Green Fund 2014 Open for Proposals (see attached) In spring 2010, The New School Green Fund was launched as part of an annual initiative to increase community involvement in the sustainability efforts of the university and promote research around environmental issues. Every year, awards support student and faculty-led projects and research. The [...]
If you haven’t already, join over 500 graduating students in signing The New School Graduation Pledge. This is the third year The New School joins hundreds of other higher education institutions in offering a Graduation Pledge, an initiative launched by students over 20 years ago. Graduates who take this pledge commit to improving society and the environment through their careers. [...]
On May 3, 2013 from 6:00-9:00 PM In The Bark Room, 2 w13th Street, ground floor. In a society where media is the most persuasive force shaping cultural norms, the collective message that our young women and men overwhelmingly receive is that a woman’s value and power lie in her youth, beauty, and sexuality, and not [...]
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- Barney Frank on Military Spending and Reducing the Federal Budget June 4, 2013
- NSSR Psych--Riding the Wave: Mind-Body Tools for Managing Cravings June 1, 2013
- The Nation at The New School - Jeremy Scahill on Dirty Wars: The World is a Battlefield May 31, 2013
- Demystifying Medical Marijuana in New York: Implications for Mental Health and Drug Treatment Providers May 30, 2013