Mannes Orchestra Opens 2006-07 Season at Lincoln Center

Love is the theme when The Mannes Orchestra, under the baton of Maestro David Hayes, opens its 2006/2007 season with Richard Wagner’s Tristan und Isolde: Prelude and Liebestod, Richard Strauss’s Don Juan, and excerpts from Hector Berlioz’s Romeo et Juliette. The concert takes place at Alice Tully Hall, 65th Street and Broadway, on Monday, October […]

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The New School for Jazz And Contemporary Music Establishes the Arnie Lawrence Scholarship

The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music announced today the establishment of The Arnie Lawrence Scholarship, which will benefit incoming and current students. The scholarship is named for saxophonist and co-founder of New School Jazz Arnie Lawrence, who passed away in April 2005. Jean C. Lignel, a New School Jazz graduate and Board of […]

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The Roberts Court: One Year Out , Experts Reflect

Has the replacement of William H. Rehnquist and Sandra Day O’Connor with John Roberts and Samuel Alito changed the direction of the Supreme Court? On Wednesday, September 27 at 7:30 p.m. The Wolfson Center for National Affairs at The New School will present The Roberts Court: One Year Out featuring a panel of experts who […]

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Exhibition Showcases 9/11 Living Memorials

After the attacks of September 11, 2001, hundreds of individuals and groups across the country created living memorials, ranging from single tree-plantings to the creation of new parks to the restoration of existing forests. From October 6 to 27, 2006, The New School and USDA Forest Service will highlight these efforts in the multimedia exhibition […]

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Milano The New School for Management and Urban Policy Presents a Public Conversation with Newt Gingrich

On September 13, Milano The New School for Management and Urban Policy will hold a public conversation with Newt Gingrich. An expert on healthcare, military issues, international affairs, and world history, Gingrich will discuss how real change can help the poor, the powerless, and those left out of the American dream. He will draw heavily […]

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Milano The New School for Management and Urban Policy Presents a Public Conversation with Newt Gingrich

The New School, including Milano The New School for Management and Urban Policy, the Wolfson Center for National Affairs, and the Leonard and Louise Riggio Writing and Democracy Program present a range of programs addressing topical issues of New York City, national and international affairs.

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Benjamin Lee Appointed Provost Of The New School

New School president Bob Kerrey has announced the appointment of Benjamin Lee as provost and chief academic officer of the university. Lee joined the university in July 2004 as dean of The New School for Social Research, one of the eight divisions of The New School. For the past two years, he has also been […]

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New School to House National Commission for Quality Long-Term Care

The New School has been selected to administer the National Commission for Quality Long-Term Care. Created in October 2004, the Commission is charged with evaluating the current quality of long-term care, identifying factors that influence the ability to improve quality of this care, and tracking improvement in the years ahead.

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The New School Establishes First Undergraduate Program in Writing and Democracy

The New School today announced a new and important undergraduate program in Writing and Democracy. The Riggio Writing and Democracy Program,, made possible by a generous donation from Leonard and Louise Riggio, will explore the vital connections between democracy and citizenship and the skills of reading, writing, and rhetoric. The program will start this fall.

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The New School for Drama Names John Patrick Shanley Artist-in-Residence

The New School for Drama has announced that award-winning playwright John Patrick Shanley will be the Distinguished Artist-in-Residence at the school starting this fall. Shanley comes to the school on the heels of winning the 2005 Pulitzer Prize for Drama and the 2005 Tony Award for Best Play for Doubt. A director and screenwriter as […]

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