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Students have a real power that is often unrealized. Talk about issues, talk about things you want changed, and then go do something about it.

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   Image via the Boston Massacre Historical Society The New School is (or was) at it again!  We told you last December of their first attempt at a building takeover and in February of their threats to shut down the entire university, largely over a desire to see current president (and former Nebraska senator) Bob […]

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You may recall that the students at the New School staged an awesome building takeover last December (building takeovers are just so hip and new, aren’t they?). Along with a no-confidence vote from the faculty, the takeover reflected deep dissatisfaction with the administration, and particularly the school’s president, former Nebraska Senator Bob Kerrey.  But two […]

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Though the preferred protest at Columbia now involves food and camping, we always like a good ol’ building takeover. Students at the New School have obliged us, taking over one of the buildings Tuesday morning, and vowing to stay put until their demands are met, which include the resignation of their president, former Nebraska senator […]

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