Cooper Union


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university founded in 1859 by Peter Cooper to offer free courses in the arts and sciences

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Type@Cooper also offers public workshops and in collaboration with the Herb Lubalin Study Center hosts a free public lecture series in the Rose Auditorium at Cooper Union.
Lincer, chairman of The Cooper Union Board of Trustees.
So when Lincoln arrived at Cooper Union, he was loaded for bear.
Instead, college is worth it because, as those Cooper Union kids show us, those who are willing to test their intellects and assumptions against the best ideas of the past can become better people who can build a better society.
John's providing The Cooper Union with access during certain hours each weekday to two classrooms and satellite office space.
He made a deal with the city so that the taxes on the land that Cooper Union owned would come to the school and not the city.
The night before, Pallasmaa had delivered his lecture in the original 1858 Cooper Union Foundation Building, across the road from Mayne's academic building.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in his name to the Cooper Union Institute of Technology or the National Science Foundation.
De Harak, a jazz saxophonist by avocation and an exhibited painter, also taught graphic and exhibition design at The Cooper Union and was a visiting professor at Yale, Alfred University, Parsons School of Design, and Pratt Institute.
He has since lived in New York, teaching at Cooper Union as well as Yale University, the Royal College of Art, London and St Catharine's College, Oxford.
The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Art & Science and The Mark Twain Circle of New York recently announced that they would present "Better Than It Sounds": The Musical Mark Twain, live on stage at the Great Hall, Cooper Union, 51 Astor Place (Cooper Square) on Wednesday, April 25, 2001, at 8:00 PM.
Enter nonprofit Trees New York, which together with Cooper Union art school decided to go beyond signage while adding a touch of pizzazz.
edu), a senior fellow with the Progressive Policy Institute and a professor of history at Cooper Union College, is the author of The Future Once Happened Here: New York, L.
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