Hi, my name is Edward Lee, a psychology student at Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts. I am someone who is influenced by spirituality, tarot, philosophy, martial arts, and poetry. I take these interests with me anywhere and everywhere. For me, these interests are the basis of getting deeply in touch with my personal emotions… More HEOP Lang Student Edward Lee- In His Own Words and Images
Nicole’s work often touches on themes of identity, primarily sexuality, gender and race. As a native New Yorker and a first generation American Dominican, her conceptual work often speaks about the issues she has been confronted with her entire life. “There’s been this new focus on young, ‘feminist’ female artists in the art and fashion worlds,… More HEOP Parsons Photo Student Nicole Vega Featured On Intern-Mag.com!
This summer I was offered the opportunity to work with an organization called Hope for Haiti, an NGO whose aim is to empower and educate Haitian people to make positive changes in the political and economic realities affecting their nation. Through the organization, I spent 2 weeks in Haiti, during which time I became even… More Examining Haitian-Dominican Relations by Danilsa Alvarez
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Name: Kevon N. What school are you in and major (minor if you have one)? Parsons – 2nd year Fine Arts What is HEOP to you? An opportunity What’s a quote that you live by? Sometimes you have to fake it until you make it.
A group of HEOP students volunteered on Saturday February 2 at the St. Joseph’s Soup Kitchen in Greenwich Village. Way to go!
February 1, 1930 (d. 1986) – Ruth Ross, magazine editor, helped found inaugural issue of “Essence” (1970), which included articles of leading African-American scholars and writers, however the Black Perspective, first to address issue of race in the media, feared advertising losses and removed her so the magazine became “less black” February 1, 1978 – First postage… More February Highlights in African American Women’s History