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    Leading the Way for the Creative Economy

    A home for innovation since it was founded in 1919, The New School engages students through applied learning that connects the classroom to New York City and the world beyond. No other university offers our distinctive mix of programs—design, social sciences, liberal arts, management and policy, and the performing arts—with a focus on finding creative, socially responsible, interdisciplinary solutions to contemporary problems.

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    Michelle Obama Invites Parsons Delegation to the White House

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    A delegation of students, distinguished alumni, faculty, and leaders from Parsons were invited to participate in the first ever White House Fashion Education Workshop, and to create an installation in the building’s East Room.

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    The New School for Social Research Challenges Disciplinary Boundaries with Two New Programs

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    NSSR continues to find creative ways for emerging scholars to engage with the social sciences and the humanities from numerous disciplinary perspectives by launching two new programs that reflect the school’s spirit of collaboration, innovation, and political and intellectual risk taking: the Graduate Institute for Design, Ethnography, and Social Thought (GIDEST) and the Institute for Critical Social Inquiry (ICSI).

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    bell hooks Begins Third New School Residency in Event with Gloria Steinem

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    Dr. hooks was joined onstage by feminist leader Gloria Steinem at a recent sold-out event held in Tishman Auditorium. In their nearly two-hour discussion, hooks and Steinem explored the ways feminism has—and has not—encouraged transgression of patriarchy, racism, religion, and violence.

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