Category: Publicity

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New York’s New School

The New School for Social Research was not founded for interested graduate students who did not want degrees, as J. Kirk Sale asserts ["The New School at Middle Age," July-August 1969], but for interested adults of varied educational backgrounds.

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Albert Landa

Albert Landa, born Abraham Willie Landa in 1927, was a public relations executive at The New School from 1960 to 1985. He played a central role in developing the school into the university we know today, and securing its financial base.

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Agnes de Lima

Agnes de Lima was born in New Jersey to a conservative banking family that had emigrated from Curaçao. De Lima grew up in Larchmont, New York, and New York City, and graduated from Vassar College in 1908, majoring in English.