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Post–Labor Day Weekend To-Dos from the Athletics and Recreation department

Whether you spent the LDW jet-setting away from the East Coast or enjoying the almost-empty city streets, you don’t have to dread the weekdays after. So have a post-LDW celebration outside and try out these activities around the city. Trade a Netflix Night with a Movie Night Outdoors Visit some of your local parks for […]

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Stay in the Loop: Resources to help you keep up with New School events, announcements, and news

At The New School, there are a number of exciting things going on at any given time. Refer to the list of resources below to stay up-to-date on all the important announcements, upcoming events, newsworthy items, and special opportunities that affect you as a New School student! All of these resources are updated regularly, so […]

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Students Let Minds Wander in Creation of Moleskine Notebooks

Noe Paparella has an affinity for Moleskine notebooks, and it’s not just because they became an integral part of her academic experience. The New School BFA in Illustration student also appreciates the company’s aesthetic, which, much like hers, is based on a sleek, modern approach. So, when she was asked to design a cover for […]

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Student Housing “Of the Month” Awards: March 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 Tunnel of Oppression Fosters Social Justice and Awareness

On Friday, February 27, 2015, the lower level of Stuyvesant Park Residence Hall was transformed into a museum and theater when the Student Housing and Residence Life hosted its first Tunnel of Oppression, a social justice program designed to build awareness around instances of oppression that may go unnoticed in day-to-day life. Groups of two […]

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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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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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Students Weigh in on Sexual Assault Legislation at Town Hall with Public Advocate Letitia James

In response to growing reports of sexual assault on college campuses, NYC Public Advocate Letitia James has proposed legislation, the NYC Campus Safety Act that aims to reduce incidences of sexual assault at the city’s universities and improve the services and information available to victims. When PA James approached The New School’s Wellness and Health […]

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Graduating Students Celebrate 100 Nights to Commencement

The countdown to this year’s graduation ceremony has begun! On Wednesday, February 11, 2015, exactly 100 days before The New School’s 2015 commencement, graduating students gathered at the Fifth Annual 100 Nights Celebration: Countdown to Commencement to celebrate how far they’ve come and to savor the short time left in their current academic endeavors. Attendees […]

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The Story of the Baldwin Rivera Boggs Center

By Brittany Duck. This post originally appeared on the Wellness at The New School blog on May 22, 2014. With graduation rapidly approaching, it’s an apt time to reflect on my time at The New School. In my two years as a graduate student in The New School for Public Engagement, I have had my […]

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