Science, In Context

Last year, a student at Eugene Lang The New School for Liberal Arts turned kombucha into Legos. Lang Interdisciplinary Science (IS) student Steven Houang worked with Brooklyn synthetic technology lab Genspace and a team of other undergrads from around the ... read more

Birth of a Man Repeller

Nature or nurture? It’s an old argument. Are we born as we will be, or do our surroundings influence and emphasize different aspects of our character? For Leandra Medine, the style and fashion media prodigy behind the unforgettably named blog ... read more

University Center: Green to its Core

A young woman stood at the intersection of 14th Street and Fifth Avenue in a sea of pedestrians last week. After a quick glance up, she spoke into her cell phone. “I’m standing near that new bronze building. The one ... read more

Nǐ shì zhōngguó rén ma? (Are you Chinese?)

For the rest of the year, a large colored lattice pattern will cover the windows of the Sheila C. Johnson Design Center (SJDC) at Parsons The New School for Design. This fantastic, monumental piece which will literally color the way ... read more