video by Alex Velozo At noon today, President Jamshed Bharucha and Chairman of the Board Mark Epstein addressed the Community about decisions regarding the financial crisis at the school. The president announced that the school would be starting tuition-based graduate … Continue reading
“The school’s president Jamshed Bharucha has just announced in a letter that, starting in 2015, the school is going to lease out its gorgeous new $115 million dollar academic building at 41 Cooper Square to NYU’s Polytechnic Institute.” – – … Continue reading
The documentary that has brought the issue of student debt to the forefront of the national discourse will be shown at the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, a historically tuition-free college that is currently considering charging … Continue reading
At around 11pm this past Friday, we gathered with candles, flowers and signs to show our respect for Peter Cooper’s vision.
The Work Makes Work Exhibition is a shifting three-week show emphasizing collaboration as well as student and community participation in self-education. Students from the Schools of Art, Architecture, and Engineering will work together in sanctioned groups to address a common … Continue reading
“We offer these balloons in celebration of 110 years of free education at the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art. With this legacy under threat we hope this gesture will remind us all that we stand together … Continue reading
On the Table: An Exhibition for Free Education will be held in the first floor colonnade of The Cooper Union Foundation Building, located at 7 E 7th Street. The exhibition will open at 6:30 PM on Tuesday, and close Friday, … Continue reading
“Students and faculty members from all three of Cooper Union’s schools—art, architecture and engineering—walked out of classes and offices this afternoon, gathering at Cooper Square in New York’s East Village to demonstrate against a possible move by the school’s president … Continue reading