• Katie Merz A'84
    Art alumna combines her passions for art and architecture in Williamsburg Read Story >>
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    Acting President Bill Mea's fall message Read Now >>
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    Filmmaker Bill Morrison's latest project, Dawson City: Frozen Time, premieres at the New York Film Festival Read More >>
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    Through the generosity of our alumni, students, parents and friends, Cooper raised $11.0 million cash this fiscal year Learn More >>
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    Architecture alumni are working to raise an endowed scholarship named in honor of Sue Ferguson Gussow A'56, professor emerita Learn more >>
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    In response to a call from Acting President Bill Mea, alumni shared their stories of The Cooper Union which we collected to form this extraordinary book Read Now >>
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    Ellen Lupton A'85
    Ellen Lupton shares 10 possessions important to her with The Baltimore Sun.
    Carmi Bee AR'67
    The New York Times checks out 433 Broadway, one the first co-working spaces in New York built from the ground up, with Carmi Bee, president of the project’s firm RKTB Architects.
    Alexander Gorlin AR'78
    New York Review of Books commends the design of Alexander Gorlin’s latest project, Boston Road Supportive Housing, in the Bronx.
    Alumni at Socrates Sculpture Park
    Lea Cetera A'05, Onyedika Chuke A'11, and Dmitri Hertz A'09 are in a group exhibition featuring the recipients of the 2016 Emerging Artist Fellowship at Socrates Sculpture Park.
    Augusta Wood A'00
    Augusta Wood is featured in the exhibition, A Matter of Memory: Photography as Object in the Digital Age, at the George Eastman Museum in Rochester, NY, open October 22, 2016 - January 29, 2017.
    Grady Gerbracht A'96
    #Incidentalart, an exhibition by Grady Gerbracht, opens September 25 and remains on view through November 6. The exhibition is at SenaSpace, a gallery owned by David Sena A'97.
    Alumni at Typographics
    Read interviews with speakers at the June conference, Emily Oberman A’86 and Stephen Doyle A’78
    Drawing His Weapon
    Seymour Chwast A'51 discusses his new book about war
    Nina Tandon EE'01
    Meet one of the alumni speakers for Reunion 2016, CEO and co-founder of EpiBone