Mannes College The New School for Music Announces Spring 2009 Classical Music Performances and Events

Mannes College The New School for Music has announced its spring schedule, featuring numerous events of special interest.

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Statement from New School President Bob Kerrey on the Resolution of the Student Protest

Early this morning approximately 50 demonstrators quietly and peacefully vacated the New School cafeteria at 65 Fifth Avenue. Senior staff worked through the day and night yesterday, talking to student representatives, listening to their demands, and closely monitoring the situation. An agreement was reached to make changes in university policies to accommodate some of the […]

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Press Statement from President Bob Kerrey

New School President Bob Kerrey has issued the following statement: Today I met with the faculty of The New School in what will be the first step in establishing a new process to enhance shared governance of the university and open up lines of communication. In the meeting, I updated the faculty on my progress […]

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Press Statement from President Bob Kerrey

New School President Bob Kerrey has issued the following statement in response to the December 10 faculty vote: Seventy-seven faculty members at The New School voted no confidence in the management of the university yesterday. They asserted “Turnover [in the provost office] has made it virtually impossible for the faculty to be properly involved in […]

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Jon Robin Baitz and Jo Bonney to Teach at The New School For Drama in Spring 2009

The New School for Drama has announced that two award-winning artists, playwright Jon Robin Baitz and director Jo Bonney, will be joining the faculty for the Spring 2009 semester. Baitz will be teaching Playwriting and Bonney will be instructing a course on Directing Short Plays. Baitz will be teaching while faculty member Michael Weller is […]

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Jon Robin Baitz and Jo Bonney to Teach at The New School for Drama in Spring 2009

The New School for Drama has announced that two award-winning artists, playwright Jon Robin Baitz and director Jo Bonney, will be joining the faculty for the Spring 2009 semester. Baitz will be teaching Playwriting and Bonney will be instructing a course on Directing Short Plays. Baitz will be teaching while faculty member Michael Weller is […]

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Parsons The New School for Design Launches MFA in Interior Design

Parsons The New School for Design, which established the first interior design program in the nation in 1906, has announced a new Master of Fine Arts degree in Interior Design.* This groundbreaking program will play a leadership role in addressing the challenges and opportunities of interior design in the 21st century. It will integrate history, […]

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Parsons The New School for Design Honors Mario Buatta ’61 with Centurion Award for Design Excellence

Parsons The New School for Design honored Mario Buatta, class of 1961, with the third Centurion Award for Design Excellence this evening at a dinner in his honor at the Mandarin Oriental New York. The Centurion Award recognizes Parsons alumni and industry leaders who have significantly contributed to society through their work in design. Previous […]

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Jimmy Owens

New School Jazz Presents Jimmy Owens and Improv Ensemble at Dizzy’s

The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music’s Improvisation Ensemble presents a tribute to Dizzzy Gillespie and Tom McIntosh under the direction of Jimmy Owens with special guest Wycliffe Gordon on trombone on Monday, December 15, at Dizzy’s Club Coca Cola at Lincoln Center, with sets at 7:30 and 9:30 p.m. A Jazz faculty member, […]

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Center for New York City Affairs Hosts Panel on Link Between Student Achievement and Family Support

New York City’s public schools are held accountable for their students’ educational progress, but what happens when problems at home hold students back or when they don’t come to school at all? The Center for New York City Affairs will release an analysis of absenteeism in the early grades at city schools as part of […]

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