A Student Perspective of the Habitat III Conference

A Student Perspective of the Habitat III Conference

Melissa De La Cruz is in her final year of the SGPIA program, concentrating in cities and urban justice. She was one of the 15 students from 12 different countries included in the delegation representing The New School (TNS) at Habitat III – the UN Conference on Housing and Sustainable … Continue Reading →
Capitalizing on Public Discourse in Bolivia: Evo Morales and 21st Century Capitalism

Capitalizing on Public Discourse in Bolivia: Evo Morales and 21st Century Capitalism

Milano Doctoral student, Rebecca Hollender dives into the role of Bolivia’s President Evo Morales, whom seemed promising, but has neglected Bolivia’s long-term goals for economic independence, self-sufficiency, and sustainability. Though there was great celebration for Morales’ 2005 election, Bolivia continues to be characterized by fiscal … Continue Reading →
Milano Spotlight On: New Black School

Milano Spotlight On: New Black School

With: Student Member Shannon Smith (Media Studies) Interviewer: Milano Communications Assistant Diari Dieye (GPIA) DD: Please describe what you do for the New Black School. SS: “I’m a student member of the organization. I help oversee general members, board members and coordinate events and activities … Continue Reading →
Milano Spotlight On: New School Club for Sustainable Cities

Milano Spotlight On: New School Club for Sustainable Cities

Milano Spotlight On: New School Club for Sustainable Cities With: Student Organizers Anna Marandi (EPSM) and Taylor Drake (BAFA) Interviewer: Milano Communications Assistant Diari Dieye (GPIA)     I’m here with two members of the New School’s Sustainable Cities Club. Do you guys want to … Continue Reading →