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NEW RETIREMENT PODCAST INTERVIEWS PEOPLE ABOUT TRYING TO SAVE IN A SYSTEM THAT ONLY WORKS FOR THE PRIVILEGED FEW

The New School’s Retirement Equity Lab (ReLab) today launches a new podcast, Reset Retirement, that offers something new in the universe of retirement podcasts: people’s real stories.

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Parsons Students create float for the 2019 New York City Pride March that is the First in University History

For the first time in its history, Parsons School of Design students have created a float for Sunday’s NYC Pride March that is quite different from what spectators and viewers will be seeing elsewhere during the parade.

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The Digital Equity Lab Analyzes Risks and Proposes Strategies in Preparation for the First Digital Census

The Digital Equity Lab (DEL) at The New School released a report this week providing recommendations for addressing the risks associated with the transition to a digital decennial census, set to be conducted for the first time in 2020.

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New Report Documents Erosion in New York State Compensation for Injured Workers

Despite its early history as a national leader in safeguarding the interests of workers injured on the job, the focus of workers’ compensation in New York has shifted from fairly compensating injured workers to minimizing employer costs, according to a new report from the Center for New York City Affairs at The New School…

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Parsons school of design street seats 2019 returns with its pop-up public seating space giving new yorkers a fresh perspective on the Greenwich village neighborhood

Parsons school of design street seats 2019 returns with its pop-up public seating space giving new yorkers a fresh perspective on the Greenwich village neighborhood

Parsons School of Design at The New School presents Street Seats, a sustainably designed temporary public space for New Yorkers in the heart of The New School urban campus.

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PARSONS FESTIVAL 2019 CELEBRATES THE FUTURE OF ART DESIGN AND FASHION

The New School’s Parsons School of Design presents Parsons Festival 2019, a celebration of the leading art and design school’s graduating students intellectual, creative, and cutting-edge artistic achievements.

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Multilateralism and global challenges: Making the United Nations relevant for all

The Julien J. Studley Graduate Programs in International Affairs and the Observatory on Latin America presents a conversation with Maria Fernanda Espinosa, the President of the UN General Assembly. The ambassador will. be discussing multilateralism on both the global and regional level and how the United Nations can be an effective and relevant institution as it turns 75 in […]

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TWO NEW SCHOOL WRITING PROFESSORS AWARDED 2019 GUGGENHEIM FELLOWSHIPS

On Wednesday, April 10, the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation announced its list of 2019 Guggenheim Fellows. Among those honored with the prestigious fellowship are two professors of writing and literature at The New School: Helen Schulman, professor of writing and chair of Fiction in the MFA Creative Writing Program at the Schools of Public […]

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Beyond Addiction: Reframing Recovery

There are about 23 million people in the United States who have successfully resolved a problem with drugs or alcohol, but we rarely see or hear their stories, especially compared to depictions of addiction in media, art, music, and film.

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Unknowability: How do we Know What Cannot be Known?

The New School’s Center of Public Scholarship (CPS) presents a two day public conference that will examine the ways the unknowable plays a part in multiple areas of inquiry and scholarship. Experts from a range of academic disciplines will discuss the criteria used to determine what appear to be unanswerable questions. The speakers will examine […]

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