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Tuesday, October 15

De*main: A Showcase of Parsons Fashion

Opening Paris Fashion Week, Parsons Paris will present an installation of collections from the top graduates of its world-renowned Fashion Design program....

General Public

Look Only at the Movement - Exhibition
9:00 am

A video presentation by smudge studio examines the entangled infrastructures of nuclear waste transportation and the United States highway system. Generated...

The Government Shutdown and Debt Crisis: What it Means for the Economy
9:00 am

The government is closed. Federal workers aren't getting paid. Markets are down and Wall Street lobbyists are flooding Capitol Hill in desperation. Some...

Middle States University Forum
11:30 am

Please join New School President David E. Van Zandt and Provost Tim Marshall at a university-wide forum on the Middle States Commission on Higher Education...

Master Class - Vladimir Feltsman, piano
12:00 pm

Featuring pianist Vladimir Feltsman, this masterclass provides music lovers with a rare opportunity to witness the interaction between gifted Mannes students...

Parsons Alumni Exhibition 2013 (October 12-October 17, 2013)
12:00 pm

An exhibition featuring work by Parsons alumni. Gallery open late on Thursdays until 8 p.m.

Drummer & Composer Peter Erskine | Master Class | Tues. Oct. 15
1:00 pm

Join us for a very special master class with one of the most prolific and highly regarded drummers in the world, Peter Erskine. Peter Erskine has played...

Crisis in European Periphery
4:00 pm

Kostas Vergopoulos, Professor of Economics from the University of Paris VIII will speak on "Crisis in European Periphery." This will be followed by a panel...

Economics Department Seminar featuring: Denis Melnik
4:00 pm

Denis Melnik, of the National Research University Higher School of Economics in Moscow, Russia, will give a talk entitled “Socialism and the Market Economy:...

Science and Religion
5:00 pm

Religious Studies @ Lang invites you to its Fall roundtable discussion on "Science & Religion." Faculty members Katayoun Chamany and Michael Pettinger will...

Do the Math, a film screening
6:00 pm

A screening of Do the Math, a 42-minute documentary film by the global environmental activist group 350.org that discusses how the growing divestment...

History Confidential: From Personal Lives to Collective History
6:30 pm

A discussion on how explorations of private stories become a path that widens to include significant events reaching much further than the family...

Tuesday, October 15

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