Forty years after the landmark Roe v. Wade ruling, “abortion” is still a word that is said with either outright hostility or vague discomfort by many, this despite the fact that one in three American women will have terminated at least one pregnancy by the time they reach menopause.
Laura Auricchio, dean of the School of Undergraduate Studies at The New School, will discuss her new publication The Marquis: Lafayette Reconsidered with Luis Jaramillo, Director of the School of Writing.
If I think back to a year ago, I remember fear and confusion. I was in the middle of my last semester at The New School, with graduation imminent and absolutely no clue as to what I wanted to do. Yes, you read that right. I was in my last semester with no idea of what I wanted to do with my life. → Read more
“She promised something a bit different than the typical, aggrandizing commencement speech filled with back pats and whimsical inspiration, and she delivered,” wrote Morgan Ribera in an article for Bustle. → Read more
On April 30, 2014, the Interdisciplinary Global Studies Program gathered faculty and students from The New School and other universities to discuss the meaning of “global” and “global studies.” → Read more
My path to the New School for Public Engagement was a unique journey full of twists and turns that certainly made me an “unconventional” student and an ideal candidate for the Jacobson-Newcombe and Osher scholarships for mature students returning to college. → Read more