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Romancing True Power: D20-Co-curated by Milano Associate Dean and Prof. Nina Khruschcheva

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Romancing True Power: D20 February 12 to 26, 2015 Sheila C. Johnson Design Center Arnold and Sheila Aronson Galleries 66 Fifth Avenue New York The D20 – modeled after the G20 group of the most industrialized nations – is a selective list of leaders from present and recent past, across continents and political systems, who, …

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Nina Khrushcheva and Peter Baker Discuss Russia and US Foreign Policy

Milano Professor Nina Khrushcheva and The New York Time’s White House correspondent Peter Baker sat down at The New School on earlier this week to discuss Russia and US foreign policy and relations.

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England is Paradise? The Meaning and Making of English Football 1985-2014

Watch the November 19th Media and Culture Concentration event that welcomed David Goldbatt to discuss his newly released book The Games of Our Lives, a masterly portrait of contemporary Britain through the lens of soccer.              

Reflecting on Climate Action Week @ The New School

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The environmental movement is often oversimplified. Don’t litter. Recycle. Save the Rain Forest. Great campaigns are often reduced to catchy phrases that minimize the needs of underrepresented people and communities who have been systematically excluded from the protection of basic human rights. Challenging popular interpretations of climate change, The New School’s Climate Action Week successfully brought social equity …

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The New Challenge Offers $10,000 to Support Student Changemakers

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How would you use $10,000 in funding to support your world-changing ideas? Apply to New Challenge to take your ideas to the next level.  New Challenge is a funding, mentorship, and learning opportunity for students from across the university with ideas who want to make a difference in the world. Winners will receive awards up …

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