Center for New York City Affairs Hosts Panel on the Future of the City’s Juvenile Justice System

City and State leaders are taking simultaneous steps to scale back an institutionalized approach to juvenile justice and invest resources in community education and prevention. State leaders are debating proposals to close several near-empty juvenile facilities and revamp a system that has long invested only modest resources in community-based alternatives. Meanwhile, New York City is […]

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The Long View: How Can New York Preserve Housing Affordability?

New York has long depended on subsidy programs to facilitate affordable housing development. However, as policies and programs designed as incentives sunset, tens of thousands of units have reverted to market rate over the last decade, with 15,000 more set to do so in the near future. Housing policy officials, affordable housing advocates and developers […]

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The New School Presents Brazilian Jazz at Dizzy’s Club Coca Cola

The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music presents an evening of Brazilian Jazz at Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Dizzy’s Club Coca- Cola. The New School Brazilian Jazz Ensemble was established in 1995 by renowned Brazilian Jazz musician and New School Jazz faculty member Richard Boukas to showcase this music to a wider New York […]

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Brandon Nastanski, Cabin of Curiosity, 2007

Parsons MFA Fine Arts Students Create Reading Room for Pulse New York

Parsons The New School for Design will present an installation of work by students in its MFA Fine Arts program at the third PULSE Contemporary Art Fair, taking place at Pier 40 on the West Side Highway from March 27-30, 2008. Called PULSE PAUSE, the reading room will be designed by students chosen by independent […]

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Parsons To Honor Diane Von Furstenberg and Howard Socol at 60th Annual Benefit and Fashion Show

Parsons The New School for Design will honor Diane von Furstenberg, designer and President of CFDA, and Howard Socol, the chairman and CEO of Barneys New York, at its 60th Annual Benefit and Fashion Show on Monday, April 28, 2008 at the Grand Hyatt New York. The event raises funds for scholarships and academic programs […]

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Center for New York City Affairs Hosts Panel on the Future of Mayoral Control of City Schools

The New School’s Public Programs can be seen via webcast on FORA.tv. To watch this program, visit http://fora.tv/2008/03/06/Mayoral_Control_After_Bloomberg. When Mayor Michael Bloomberg took office, one of his top priorities was to repair the city’s ailing public schools. Five years after giving him control of the school system, the state is set to decide later this […]

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James Casebere, “Pink Hallway 3,” 2000.

Parsons Hosts Symposium Exploring Future of Interior Design

At a time of rapid technological and cultural changes, Parsons The New School for Design will present AfterTaste 2, a two-day symposium that will take a critical look at contemporary issues in the field of interior design. The event will take place on Friday, April 4, and Saturday, April 5 at the Sheila C. Johnson […]

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James Casebere, "La Alberca," 2005

The New School Public Programs: Art and Design April ‘ May 2008

This spring, The New School, including Parsons The New School for Design and The Vera List Center for Art and Politics, presents a range of events in the fields of art and design. In conjunction with the opening of the Sheila C. Johnson Design Center, a new campus center that includes state-of-the-art galleries and program […]

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Milano Hosts CNN Legal Analyst Jeffrey Toobin to Discuss Politics of the U.S. Supreme Court

The New School’s Public Programs can be seen via webcast on FORA.tv. To watch this program, visit http://fora.tv/2008/03/03/Inside_the_Secret_World_of_the_Supreme_Court. Jeffrey Toobin, a staff writer at the New Yorker and senior legal analyst for CNN, will speak as part of the Herman Schwartz Distinguished Lecture Series on Justice, cosponsored by Milano The New School for Management and […]

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Center for New York City Affairs Hosts Panel on Spitzer’s Future after Controversial First Year

Despite a landslide election in 2006 that gave him a strong mandate for change, Governor Eliot Spitzer quickly saw his political fortunes take a turn for the worse. This winter, he’s gone from reformer, to conciliator., The Center for New York City Affairs at Milano The New School for Management and Urban Policy will host […]

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