Summer 2017: NYC’s free concerts, movies, museums, festivals, and more!

Concerts, Music Festivals, and Performances Check out these links for free concerts, music festivals, and theatrical performances happening throughout the city over the next few months: Music in Motion | May 6–August 26 A one-hour performance of chamber music on a barge at the foot of the Brooklyn Bridge on Saturday afternoons. Today Show Summer Concert […]

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Seek Relief Week Cookies and Milk

Take a break from your studies for a quick snack. Student Development and Activities invites you to enjoy a variety of tasty cookies and milk during Seek Relief Week. Wednesday, May 10 8:00 p.m.–10:00 p.m. University Center, 63 Fifth Avenue, room UL 102, lower level

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Gear up for Grad Week!

With the first-ever Grad Week only ten days away, Student and Campus Life wants to make sure you get in on all the fun. Check out some important updates below, and visit the Special Events webpage for additional events and details. The New York Yankees game on Friday, May 12 has sold out, but there are still a few spots available for the Brooklyn Brewery […]

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Are you a student entrepreneur? Take this survey for a chance to win a $25 gift card

The New School’s Impact Entrepreneurship Initiative (IEI) will launch an inaugural Venture Lab during the Fall 2017 semester. If you’re a student entrepreneur looking to accelerate your venture development and positive social impact, please complete this survey. In completing the survey, students will provide valuable insight on building a Venture Lab that feeds the needs of […]

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Work for Athletics and Recreation This Summer or Fall

Athletics and Recreation is looking for qualified students to join their staff this summer and fall as office assistants, graphic designers, and mascots. Ideal candidates are: personable, reliable, responsible problem solvers leaders and team players have some evening and weekend availability (mostly during the school year) can work 4+ semesters preferably recipients of a Federal Work Study award For full […]

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Winners of the Fifteenth Annual Student Leadership Awards

Each year, The New School honors outstanding student leaders at the Student Leadership Award Ceremony. Student Development and Activities, Housing and Residential Education, and Athletics and Recreation co-sponsored the fifteenth annual Student Leadership Awards, which took place on Thursday, April 27, 2017 in the Theresa Lang Community and Student Center. Students who demonstrated exceptional leadership […]

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New School Students: Check out these great new discounts!

Three exciting discounts have now been added to our student discount page. Manhattan Mini Storage Don’t procrastinate! Get 15% off any size room and a place to stash your stuff all summer long. Discount applicable at all Manhattan Mini Storage locations. For further information and locations throughout Manhattan, visit www.manhattanministorage.com/students. Ando Have amazing food from […]

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Drop and Swap!

Clearing out your dorm room before summer break? Don’t toss all of your extra “stuff”–drop it off and trade it in for something better! Upon dropping off items, you will receive a certain number of tickets (based on the number of items you dropped off). These tickets will allow you to swap your items for other […]

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Seek Relief Week: May 8–May 12

Every finals week, the Office of Student Development and Activities hosts Seek Relief Week. Participants can enjoy trail mix stations, chair massages, cookies and milk, and much more at campus buildings from May 8–May 12. Monday, May 8 The Auditorium, 66 West 12th Street, lobby 1:00–3:00 p.m. Trail mix and massages Monday, May 8 Vera […]

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Students Line Up for OSDA’s Screening of Moonlight

This year’s Academy Awards brought suspense, excitement, and an unexpected triumph. Moonlight’s win for “Best Picture” added to the hype surrounding the film, and had New School students lining up outside of Starr Foundation Hall for an on-campus screening. The event, which was sponsored by the Office of Student Development and Activities as part of Black […]

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