Lang Presents Global Education Entrepreneur John Wood

On Monday, November 1, at 6:00 p.m, Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts will present a lecture by social entrepreneur John Wood, founder of the global educational nonprofit Room to Read. Inspired by philanthropist Andrew Carnegie’s seminal ... read more

Making the Grade in Sustainability

Hard work pays off’thanks to a campus wide-commitment from students to administration to become a more sustainable university. The College Sustainability Report Card 2011, issued on October 27, 2010, awarded grades of A, to The New School for its sustainability ... read more

Renfield Directs Ibsen’s Rosmersholm at City Center

Elinor Renfield, directing department chair at The New School for Drama, will direct Pearl Theatre Company’s production of Rosmersholm by Henrik Ibsen. The production, adapted by Mike Poulton, opens November 12 at New York City Center Stage II, and will ... read more

Summer Stardom: Environmental Studies Internships on Film

It’s hard to keep track of New School students over the summer. While many depart the city for distant locations, a number of undergraduates in the Environmental Studies program participate in summer internships in and around the metropolitan area, giving ... read more

Lang Visiting Artist Liz Swados Leads Workshops

Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts has announced award-winning composer and theater director Elizabeth Swados as the fall 2010 Visiting Artist. As part of her tenure, Swados will lead creative workshops for students every other Friday throughout ... read more

Media Studies Faculty Take Film Festivals By Storm

The media studies faculty continues to make its mark on the industry, as films directed and produced by faculty members are screened at festivals all over the world this fall. On Saturday, November 6 at 4:00 p.m., the Museum of ... read more