By Brian Frost (EE ‘19), Matthew Grattan (BSE ‘19), and George Ho (BSE ‘19)
Students from the art, architecture, and engineering schools are protesting Monday against the core curriculum of the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences before HSS-3 lecture, a course mandatory for all students.
By Sanjana Lahiri (Arch ’22)
In case you missed the performances, tie-dye shirts, and mildly disturbing Peter Cooper inflatables that took over Instagram last month, Sept. 22 marked the day of the fifth annual Peter Cooper Block Party. Organized by the Cooper Union Alumni Association alongside the spirited “Astor Alive!” Festival, the Block Party served as a way for the Cooper Union community to come together before the semester’s workload inevitably took over.
By Jenna Scott (CE ’21)
Joint Student Council met on Tuesday, Oct. 2 and discussed the following topics:
By Jenna Scott (CE ’21) and Courtney Chiu (ChE ’21)
Can you tell us about yourself?
Sure! My name is Mili Shah, I’m a professor here in the Math Department. I grew up in south Georgia, hence the accent. I went to Emory for undergrad and Rice University for grad school. And then I was a professor at Loyola University in Maryland for 11 years.
By Gabriela Godlewski (CE ’19)
The final debate for the Democratic candidates for Attorney General of New York took place this past Thursday in our own historic Great Hall. The event continues the tradition of using the Great Hall to host this debate.