V-Day Teach-In: Gender Violence in Haiti

On Tuesday, March 8, V-Day at The New School will present a teach-in on gender-based violence in Haiti. The event, a partnership between the university and V-Day, an international organization combating violence against females, will highlight V-Day’s support of grassroots ... read more

Graduating Students Celebrate Upcoming Commencement

On Thursday, February 10, Student Services’ Office of Student Development and Activities (OSDA) hosted the inaugural Countdown to Commencement: 100 Nights Dinner in the Theresa Lang Community and Student Center. The title refers to the exciting period when seniors wrap ... read more

The New School for… Basketball?

In the few years since Michael McQuarrie took the helm as the university’s director of Recreation and Intramural Sports, he’s seen the secret athletic ambitions of New School students emerge. Take the Basketball team. Established as a co-ed YMCA recreational ... read more

Parsons Gets Radioactive at New York Public Library

Science. Romance. Danger. Tragedy. All these words describe a new book, RADIOACTIVE: Marie & Pierre Curie, A Tale of Love and Fallout, written and illustrated by Parsons illustration professor Lauren Redniss. The book, a finalist for the 2010 Los Angeles ... read more

Grammar Rules, but Not for English Language Teachers

In a global economy, the field of English language teaching is exploding,, says Gabriel Diaz Maggioli, assistant professor and chair of The New School’s Department of English Language Studies. Diaz Maggioli is the newly appointed director of the graduate program ... read more