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Mediating the Normal: Gender, Disability, and Modern Visual Culture

David Serlin (UC San Diego) will be giving a talk, “Mediating the Normal: Gender, Disability, and Modern Visual Culture” on Friday, February 28th at 3:30, at Kellen Auditorium (66 5th Ave). This event is also co-sponsored by NSPE & NSSR Psychology, and Gender Studies and made possible through a grant to NSSR Clinical Psychology through an APAGS graduate student grant to […]

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Fullbright applications and info sessions

Fullbright Program for US students: grants for study, research, or teaching assistantships abroad. It’s easier than you think, but you need to start early! GENERAL INFORMATION SESSIONS: THU. MARCH 20, 2014 11:00 – 12:30 PM 80 Fifth Avenue, Room: 529 Topics covered: Description of Grants, how to apply, and deadlines. Learn from former Fulbrighters! FULBRIGHT GRANT WRITING […]

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New Challenge application deadline extension

NEW CHALLENGE APPLICATION DEADLINE EXTENSION: Dear Students, The application deadline for the New Challenge ideas competition has been extended to 11:59pm on February 12. We have learned that there may have been some technical difficulties with the online application which has led to the decision to extend the deadline. You can apply here. New Challenge […]

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University bookstore closing

Although Barnes and Noble is closing their 105 Fifth Avenue location, New Schoolers will still be able to get their textbooks at this address. From January 17 through mid-February, New Schoolers will be able to buy textbooks at the store’s 18th Street entrance, just east of Fifth Avenue. New Schoolers can also purchase books online via […]

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Harm reduction training

Dear Supporters, The New York City Winter 2014 Harm Reduction Training Calendar is available for your review and registration! All trainings are FREE, but do require registration. You can register online by clicking on the trainings below or by going to www.harmreduction.org/trainings. Trainings in this calendar: JAN. 1/7: 6:30-9:00pm: Screening of the Anonymous People documentary 1/15: Effectively engaging men of the Transgender Experience 1/21: LGBT and […]

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Winter activities: snow board, ice skate, and more

The following classes are offered by New School Recreation and Intramural Sports: Trapeze Class @ Circus Warehouse Friday 1/10, 11:00am $30 for TNS students only This is a 2-hour class All-levels welcome, especially first-timers Requires some upper body strength and a little coordination When else would you get an opportunity like this!? Registration closes Th […]

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Graduating this term?

Expecting to complete your studies this Spring?  If so, make sure to submit your graduation petition to the Registrar’s Office.  There is no fee to petition if you file by April 1st.  To submit a petition online, login to my.newschool.edu and click on the Student tab.  Within the Graduation box, click on “Spring 2014 Graduation Petitioners” and follow […]

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Starting your own business

From the New School General Assembly: Congratulations! You’ve graduated. Now what? Join us at one of the two weeklong courses, STARTING YOUR OWN BUSINESS and EXPERIENCE DESIGN that will kick off January 21st and conclude on January 25th from 9:30am to 5:00pm.  We’re partnering with General Assembly to offer soon-to-be and recent grads a chance […]

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New Challenge deadline extended.

Are you interested in applying for the New Challenge but missed the deadline for the Letter of Interest? If so,  today is your lucky day! The Letter of Interest deadline has been extended until December 18th! Once you submit your Letter of Interest, you can submit the complete application for the New Challenge, which is due by February 7th! For […]

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New School divestment campaign gains wider audience

The New School is gaining attention in the blogosphere for its ongoing divestment campaign and other sustainability efforts. Fossil Free, a campaign launched by environmentalist Bill McKibben’s 350.org group, reported about TNS’s recent sustainability festival and its divestment campaign. The article links the effort taking place at our university to the world-wide campaigns to divest from […]

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