Date | March, 2015

Call for Submissions: Perform, Host a Panel, Exhibit Art, and More at the Dawn of Summer Event

WNSR New School Radio will be hosting The New School’s first ever all-night event, celebrating the work, interests, and people of our community. From dusk ’til dawn on Friday, May 1, 2015, the University Center will be filled with live music, art, activities, exhibitions, conversations, and people, marking the end of the academic year and the beginning of summer. WNSR is looking for students, faculty, […]

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Don’t Hide, Speak Out: Student Establishes Support Group for Sexual Assault Survivors

While interviewing survivors of rape and sexual assault as part of her senior capstone thesis, which focuses on rape culture, New School student Shea Carmen Swan realized the need for a place where survivors can meet to talk and support one another. “Talking with other survivors is not only therapeutic but also helps combat rape […]

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The New School Anime Club Travels to Katsucon

Katsucon, an annual three-day anime fan convention, draws over six thousand anime enthusiasts who come together to meet one another and to attend showcases, workshops, and panels featuring anime and video game professionals, artists, and vendors. This February, seventeen members of the New School Anime Club, a university-recognized student organization, travelled to the convention in […]

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Become a 2015 Welcome Weekend Orientation Leader ~ Apply by April 13

Applications are now available to become a 2015 Welcome Weekend Orientation Leader! As an Orientation Leader, you will: Be the first connection students have on campus and welcome new students into the New School community Introduce new students to university life, new friends, and New York City Gain leadership and event-planning skills to add to […]

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2015 Student Leadership Awards: Nominate an Exceptional Student Leader!

Each spring, Student Services honors outstanding leadership demonstrated by students and student organizations across the university. All students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to nominate individuals and student organizations that have shown exceptional leadership and organizational abilities throughout the year. We invite you to take a moment to nominate an exceptional student leader, student organization, or faculty […]

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Forb(i)dden Mic: Performances on the Undocumented and Queer Experience ~ April 3

Join student organizations The New School DREAM Team and Queer Collective for a night of poems, stories, dance, and anything else that fits on a stage. Performances will explore the intersection of undocumented and queer experiences and the power of choosing to come out or not come out. This will be a night filled with […]

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Student Housing “Of the Month” Awards: February 2015

The mission of The New School’s Student Housing and Residence Life is to enhance students’ learning experience by building residential communities that support both academic and personal growth. Every month, the Housing staff votes to honor the exceptional people and programs that help develop the welcoming, fun, and engaging communities in the New School residence […]

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The Adipositivity Project: Fat Physicality and Body Positivity ~ April 9

Join us for a talk by Substantia Jones, founder and photographer for the photo-activism campaign The Adipositivity Project. Her award-winning images of fat physicality and intimacy seek to “broaden definitions of physical beauty. Literally.” Jones’s work has been exhibited in galleries and museums throughout the U.S. East Coast, and has appeared internationally in and on […]

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Want to Learn Safer Ways to Consume Alcohol? The BASICS Program Can Help

The New School’s BASICS Program can help you develop new strategies to reduce risk and make positive changes. It provides free, confidential services to all New School students who want to learn more about how their alcohol and substance use may be impacting them. Who: BASICS program counselors are graduate students in the New School […]

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Graduating International Students: Mark Your Calendars for a Graduation Brunch on May 18

International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS) will be hosting a reception celebrating international students who are part of the graduating class of 2015. All graduating international students are invited to attend the reception with their families, fellow students, ISSS staff, and other members of the university community. The reception will feature several student speakers who will share their experiences […]

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