Monthly Archives: July 2012

Ten Tips Before You Make the Big Move to the Big Apple

It’s almost three weeks until our new New School freshmen move in to their respective dorms and housing – how exciting! Yet on the other hand, it’s absolutely terrifying: new city, new people, new room and pretty much new everything.

Ten Tips Before You Make the Big Move to the Big Apple

It’s almost three weeks until our new New School freshmen move in to their respective dorms and housing – how exciting! Yet on the other hand, it’s absolutely terrifying: new city, new people, new room and pretty much new everything.

AAS Interview: Sam’s Fashion Design Internship

Because AAS programs the focus on industry training and experience, the majority of students participate in an internship at some point during their time at Parsons. Internships can be flexible, whether it’s a several month long apprenticeship or helping out

AAS Interview: Sam’s Fashion Design Internship

Because AAS programs the focus on industry training and experience, the majority of students participate in an internship at some point during their time at Parsons. Internships can be flexible, whether it’s a several month long apprenticeship or helping out

Tips for the “New” New Yorker: Investing in Some Quality Footwear

We all have done it – buying a pair of Old Navy flip flops or those slip-on shoes from Urban Outfitters. No, don’t be ashamed, you can freely admit it, for I am just as much at fault. (Really, flats for

Tips for the “New” New Yorker: Investing in Some Quality Footwear

We all have done it – buying a pair of Old Navy flip flops or those slip-on shoes from Urban Outfitters. No, don’t be ashamed, you can freely admit it, for I am just as much at fault. (Really, flats for

Student on Student Interview: Bo Yang

The New School has the highest percentage of international undergraduates, which was reported in the recent edition of U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Colleges.” However, the international student population within Parsons is even larger (it’s about 38%). With that

Student on Student Interview: Bo Yang

The New School has the highest percentage of international undergraduates, which was reported in the recent edition of U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Colleges.” However, the international student population within Parsons is even larger (it’s about 38%). With that

Seeking some inspiration? Update your Blog Roll!

The best advice I ever received from a Parsons professor was to do one creative thing each day. It doesn’t matter if it’s digging for old photos, going to the movies, reading a book or just drawing in your sketchbook

Seeking some inspiration? Update your Blog Roll!

The best advice I ever received from a Parsons professor was to do one creative thing each day. It doesn’t matter if it’s digging for old photos, going to the movies, reading a book or just drawing in your sketchbook

Parsons Volunteer Project: “We Speak in Art”

How do Parsons students get involved in volunteer projects while using their art and bonding with classmates? The Parsons Student Senate spearheaded the project “We Speak in Art” to do just that! Last February, the Parsons Student Senate collaborated with

Parsons Volunteer Project: “We Speak in Art”

How do Parsons students get involved in volunteer projects while using their art and bonding with classmates? The Parsons Student Senate spearheaded the project “We Speak in Art” to do just that! Last February, the Parsons Student Senate collaborated with

Tips for The “New” New Yorker: What’s for Lunch?

When on campus, it can be difficult to find lunch on the cheap, but these secret spots you’ll find that it’s harder to spend more than five dollars! All of the places listed below are not only cheap but they

Tips for The “New” New Yorker: What’s for Lunch?

When on campus, it can be difficult to find lunch on the cheap, but these secret spots you’ll find that it’s harder to spend more than five dollars! All of the places listed below are not only cheap but they

The Summer Before College

The summer before I left for Parsons I was probably home for less than a month. Even during this time I was more than ready to go, ready to leave my small Midwest city (St. Louis, what up?) for the

The Summer Before College

The summer before I left for Parsons I was probably home for less than a month. Even during this time I was more than ready to go, ready to leave my small Midwest city (St. Louis, what up?) for the

Meet my Other Half, Mary the Dual Degree Student!

Mary, or my better half, has been a good friend of mine all year and most of my posts on this blog usually include her in some way. Though we lived on the same floor at Loeb Hall freshman year,

Meet my Other Half, Mary the Dual Degree Student!

Mary, or my better half, has been a good friend of mine all year and most of my posts on this blog usually include her in some way. Though we lived on the same floor at Loeb Hall freshman year,

Meet Our Faculty: Professor Rachel Aydt

I first met Rachel Aydt when I took her Fashion Publishing course last fall. It was where I found my love for magazine writing! But don’t think that you have to be a journalism student to take her Fashion publishing

Meet Our Faculty: Professor Rachel Aydt

I first met Rachel Aydt when I took her Fashion Publishing course last fall. It was where I found my love for magazine writing! But don’t think that you have to be a journalism student to take her Fashion publishing