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The
campus
has been dead for months now, it yearns for the
hustle of students running late to class, meeting
each other in the courtyard and recanting their
nights, marching angrily or partying in the streets.
During the summer the administration had the
time and space to put everything back in its right
place: sandblasting graffiti, installing a Starbucks,
closing the 65 5th Avenue for good, prosecuting
and fining rebellious students, sweeping up the
broken glass and letting the pepper spray disperse
in the air. For the University administrators, the last
two semesters were a nightmare, but they are
hopeful that with Kerrey’s announcement that he
will resign in 2011 (which effectively fooled many into thinking he had already resigned) that
the action on campus will calm down. Students will return to focusing on trivial “quality of life”
issues such as “greening” the campus and getting more organic food into the cafeteria, so the
New School’s return to radicalism will finally come to the end.
What they didn’t count on is the incoming student body actually knowing what they are
entering: a war-zone. Were you one of the many incoming Freshman who, while making your
decision about which school to attend in the fall, watched the marches, riots, and occupations on
Youtube, and chose to go where the action is? Were you one of the high school students we
handed pamphlets to last Spring while you toured the campus who winked at us and told us to
“keep it up?” Or did you have no idea you were entering a center of a widening crisis? If the latter
is the case

here’s a handy timeline to catch you up:
December 2008
Dec 8-- Bob Kerrey fires the newly appointed provost Joseph Weistphal, lies about him resigning
to work for the Obama administration. Another incident in a long chain of Provost firings, this
time Kerrey appoints himself Provost.
Dec 10-- Teachers hold a near-unanimous vote of no confidence. Students disrupt board of
trustees meeting, holding all the trustee’s coats hostage. Kerrey and Trustees forced to call NYPD
to help them flee from the maddened students whose voices they refused to hear.

Our administrators and teachers, who did their fair share of
bs-ing, plagiarizing and cheating in their day, will scoff that higher
education is a privilege, and when we are “academically dishonest” we
betray this privilege. If we are caught, we will be reprimanded harshly
as an example to others. For betraying our own arbitrary education
process we will be expelled from that process (follow that logic.) But of
course, most students do resort to the activities mentioned above and
most do not get caught. Beneath the illusions of integrity we are all
‘dishonest‘, lying to our bosses
about our hours and swiping
things from the grocery when we
are not watched. It is not because
we are lazy, it is because we
desire something greater than
the systems to which we are all
forced to adhere.
These moments are outside of
both work and sabotage, they
arrive when we take for ourselves
the freedom to follow our own
passions with the reward as the
‘work’ itself. Yes, you may indeed
find yourself enjoying writing
your final essay or preparing your
final presentation (often this
bizarre phenomenon occurs
when a professor gives the
assignment to write/present
anything that loosely interests you related to the course.) You may
find yourself excited to come into class because you have a unique
angle on the reading or simply because it excited you. Suddenly
that paper becomes more than just the evidence of effort to be
exchanged for a grade, it is something you want to share, talk
about, even post online or publish in pamphlet form. Suddenly
you want to integrate the philosophy you read into your daily life.
In these situations, you have trascended homework!
School’s out FOREVER!

down with homework!
You did it, you survived 3 years of middle school, 4 years of high
school, waking up at 7 AM, riding the school bus, dealing with the
abuse of jocks, teachers, small-town cops, and other empty-headed
yokels from wherever you had the misfortune of growing up. And
now you’ve made it to a prestigious liberal New York City University.
Things
will be different, right?
!
Well for the most part, yes, things will be better than high school.
Despite impoverishment of the seminar style over the last 10 years
your classes will be mostly participatory and your teachers mostly hip
Manhattanites who won’t give you busy-work. But work is still work, it
is the theft of your free time by an authority, disguising itself as something for your own good, an agreement you have entered in
!
exchange
for a reward, be it academic skills, knowledge, grades, a
paycheck, whatever. It is miserable bullshit, and yet as of our current
!
condition
we must work, as employees and as students.
In order to liberate ourselves from this condition, we
can either drop out or sabotage our workplaces. You will soon find
that students who do not wish to do a reading will not read, or merely
skim online notes and pretend to have read in class in order to
achieve a higher grade. This is the equivalent of telling your boss you
have swept the floors when, in fact, you have not. If a professor
assigns a superfluous paper the
student will write his paper
!
entirely with Wikipedia, or
plagiarize work from a secure
source such as himself (from a
previous class) or from a friend.
If the student is tested on a
subject she does not care
about or in a format she finds
alienating she will copy off a
classmate’s paper or reprogram
her calculator to do the work
for her. When a student
‘bullshits’ it is often because
the class itself is ‘bullshit.’

Dec 16-- Finals week. Kerrey speaks at a faculty meeting from
which students are barred. Over 60 students surround the
meeting wearing tape over their mouths, several barge in and
silently sit near the front of the podium. That night students meet
and decide to occupy the 65th 5th Avenue building
.
Dec 17-- About a hundred students occupy the 65 5th Avenue
Cafeteria. After some early internal tension/squabbles with
security things settle down. Guards and students chat, people
listen to music make banners and drink whiskey all night.
Dec 18-- Early in the morning a banner is hung outside the
building declaring the building occupied. (the masking tape still
remains on the building’s façade.) The guards betray their word
and stop letting students join the occupation in the cafeteria.
Students escalate their tactics and take control of the fire door,
allowing their supporters to move in and out as they please.
Some security guards respond violently, striking students,
grabbing students, throwing them to the floor, but in the end
they fail to remove the barricades and the students keep the
door. Much of the incident was caught on video and immediately
uploaded to Youtube, dramatically escalating media attention
and bolstering support for the students. NYPD arrives and arrests
two, taking back the door but failing to penetrate the barricades
into the cafeteria (!). Hearing about the early morning incident,
many students arrive at the building including entire classes and
the occupation swells to nearly 200 students. Solidarity
statements pour in from around the world. By nightfall hundreds
of supporters gather outside and New School closes the building.
An ultimatum for students to leave the building by midnight is
issued and negotiations begin. Rowdy demonstrators outside
take 6th Avenue. Linking up with friends inside, students fool
NYPD and campus security and hundreds break into the building
through a fire door. Security Guards beat some students trying to
enter and the moderator of the negotiations is swayed to the
student’s favor. Students begin to win demands as NYPD enters
the building, threatening arrests and cutting off bathroom
access. The weary students consent to accept the victory of few
paltry demands and leave early in the morning of Dec 19.

We
dont
just
read
books

Winter break 2008-2009-- Anti-authoritarians worldwide celebrate the global wave
of occupations and insurgencies. Students involved in the occupation write pamphlets
celebrating and critiquing the action. Campus dis-organization the New School In Exile is
formed. Stencils on the sidewalks outside of New School buildings read: More is Coming. Join
the Exiles.
February 2009-- Despite ideological squabbling between student groups, student
activists resolve to support a deadline for Kerrey to resign by April 1st. A campaign of diverse
tactics including direct action is promised leading up to this date. Exiles hold a press conference
wearing black masks, and announce their threat to “bring the functions of the school to a halt”
unless Kerrey resigns.
Feb 19-- Over issues of tuition, solidarity with Gaza, and lack of student power, NYU students
occupy their cafeteria with help of CUNY and New School supporters. Administrators refuse to
negotiate and promise to suspend, expel, and arrest everyone involved. Students escalate tactics,
breaking in supporters and picking a lock to gain access to the balcony overlooking Washington
Square Park.
Feb 20-- Nearly 1000 supporters, media, counter-protesters, and curious onlookers gather
outside the occupied Kimmel building. Students address crowd with a megaphone. Police
pepper spray and beat supporters near the barricades. The restlessness is calmed when the
school agrees to grant the students amnesty and negotiate in the morning.
Feb 21-- NYU asks 5 students to leave the cafeteria to negotiate the end of the occupation.
Instead of negotiating, the students are held in a room and told they are suspended, with the
decreased numbers in the cafeteria security is able to break the barricades and end the
occupation. After massive outcry against NYU’s treachery, the students were only suspended
for one week, New School students got away scott-free.
Feb 24-- RSU and NSIE hold a teach in in the lobby of the 12th st building. Security disrupts the
group of about 35 students sitting non-obstructively on the floor talking about the radical
history of the University, demanding they disperse or face arrest or suspension. The students
refuse and no action is taken. Security reportedly refused Kerrey’s orders to arrest the students.

acterized as anarchists by some, (terrorists* and thugs** by others) but
the truth is their actual political orientations vary. The first occupation
held over a hundred students at its peak, and not all of them were
anarchists. There is no controversy, however, about the fact that they
are all very, very sexy.
As for Kerrey’s characterization that those above-described students
are the only faction willing to rebel, we recall the events of the night of
April 10th, after the second occupation in which 22 students and
supporters were arrested. At 5 pm, a rally was called for 10 pm in Union
Square. Helped by huge media coverage and students using Blackboard to forward the call to their classmates, hundreds showed up (one
estimate was as high as 500) to hear witnesses speak out against police
brutality and Kerrey’s hostile treatment towards protesting students.
With their classmates in jail fury swelled, and the mob took back the
streets, blocking traffic and holding off police who were already on the
scene. They marched to Bob Kerrey’s house, only forced to turn back
after massive police reinforcement arrived and several arbitrary arrests
were made. These students were from all walks of life at New School,
many of whom showed complete disinterest with announcements of
teach-ins and other events during class, but appeared and threw-down
when their friends were fucked with.
As much the media would like to portray Americans as lazy and
apathetic, when their family, friends, community or other immediate
conditions are threatened they will fight back. You are already an
insurgent. It is up to you decide whether you will, for now, be a
spectator or
an actor.

March 4- NSIE and RSU hold their second teach-in in Parsons. Tim Marshall and Neil Gordon
take a couple of questions, seem intimidated by the peacefully talking students. Security
surveilled the event but no threats were made.
March 12-- Gang of students spraypaint “Bye Bob” on Bob Kerrey’s door early in the morning.

*Bob Kerrey
**Jim Miller

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Unfortunately a cop witnessed the incident and tackled one of the vandals as he biked away. For
some reason the incident was described as “violent” even though the only one hurt was the
student arrested. (The New School’s faux-stenciled spraypaint logo, a bastardization of street art,
is rendered truly absurd.)
March 29-- An affinity group comprised of members of NSIE, RSU, and non-affiliated students plot
to occupy 65 5th Avenue in the middle of the night, but the action is snitched upon by an
unknown source and aborted.

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Bob Kerrey is quick to point out the New School Student Body is a mass
of consumers who are not pro-or against his administration, and his
mandate for leadership comes from their apathy/the board of trustees’
cash-flow. Kerrey appeals to the cynicism of liberal masses, both
passively suspicious of authority and reactionary towards action
against it.
We disagree that the 10,000 New School students are apathetic,
instead we call them spectators. Just as students are removed from
what they study they are intentionally removed from having direct
decisions over the education and culture of their University. Their first
moments at the New School orient them towards governing bodies
with which to submit their ideas and concerns. The only body representing the students is the University Student Senate, which has been
rendered toothless by the administration that does not recognize it as
representative of the student body. (This fits into Kerrey’s position that
if the student body does not consense on an opinion it must have no
valid opinions at all) This brazen lack of respect has outraged small
percentages of students enough to mobilize, occupying 65 5th Avenue
twice along with several other smaller actions such as street theater,
confrontational demonstrations, and vandalism. These students chose
to no longer be spectators in their own lives, passive obedients of
authority, but instead to rebel and assert themselves by reclaiming
their own space to exist.
It is true the rebel students fit certain tendencies-- stereotypes, even.
Many of them are adventurists, their politics deeply anti-authoritarian
and their lifestyles coarsely against the current. They have been char-

April 10-- The same affinity group attempts the same plan for an early
morning occupation of 65 5th Avenue, this time it is successful! Two
students hid within the building as it closed, around 5 AM they opened the
fire door for the rest of the students who locked the building down. A janitor
within the building was politely escorted outside, and a security guard
trying to enter the building was pushed outside and his foot was momentarily closed in the door. Kerrey uses these incidents to portray the occupation as “violent” and asks the NYPD to evict the occupation and charge the
students with burglary. He lies to the media and says the security guard
was injured and had to go to the hospital, but this was confirmed by the
Free Press to be a lie. NYPD calls a “code cobra,” a counter-terrorist maneuver. Hundreds of police take the scene, quickly surrounding the building,
shutting down the area all the way to Union Square, and pushing around
supporters and yuppies on their way work. Police helicopters circle in the
sky. Most passerbys assume there is a bomb-threat. Students attempt to
leave outside of the side door but are pepper-sprayed. Angered demonstrators outside toss a police barricade in the direction of the cops and immediately get away. Police retaliate by arresting and beating random protesters
on 14th st. The video makes it to the New York Times blog and
once again angers and disgusts readers against
Kerrey and the police.
Soon Police chainsaw through the front door
of 65 5th Avenue and arrest 19 students
inside. Their classmates in jail,
several students walk out of
their classes in disgust.

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SEX POSITIVE
The New School is a haven for radical politics, but also radical lifestyles. Many students at New School
identify as being sex-positive, an attitude that considers love, intimacy, and being sexual as a good
thing, not taboo or wrong, as we may have been educated most of our lives. The sex-positive New
School student does not insult women as "sluts," because he knows loving sex is not wrong. The
sex-positive New School student does not only care about getting laid, because she knows that there are
many different kinds of relationships and not all of them must be sexual. The sex-positive New School
student may choose to be in a monogamous or polyamorous relationship with a partner. The
sex-positive New School student is experimental with their own sexuality, because they know that the
gender roles we've been assigned may not fit us. A male-bodied New School student may dress as or
identify as a woman (and vice versa for the female-bodied, of course) if they wish, privately or on
campus. A sex-positive New School student often feels restricted by the terms "gay" "straight" and
"bi-sexual" and prefer to adventure outside these labels. Despite the existence of more room for sexual
freedom at New School, and the fact we don't have to deal with typical jock/fratboy bullshit, sexism,
homophobia,and sexual assault is still tragic reality here.
CONSENT
Rape and sexual assault most often result from a breach of consent between two people who know each
other. It is important that sex and intamicy be consensual. Consent is not the absence of a "no" but the
presence of a "yes." Verbal consent is the best way to achieve this. Before you come into someone's room,
sit on their bed, lean in for a kiss, remove an article of clothing, or reach for a certain part of the body
while making out, ask permission! Always be aware that a drunk person may not be able to consent, if
they say that something is okay they may not actually feel that way. Give options, for example: would
you like to come to my dorm room or would you rather I walk you home? Would you like me to go down
on you or would rather go to sleep? Even in situations where it seems like verbal consent isn't necessary
failing to communicate can result in trauma.
Dealing with sexual assault and other types of oppression to sexual freedom:
If a friend tells you they've been sexually assaulted first ask how they feel, what you can do for them,
what they need. There are number of ways to deal with someone who's raped but this should be left up
to the survivor. A community has many options for dealing with abusers, ranging from a written apology
and agreement to learn proper consent, to hostility and banishing for serial abusers. Survivors have
often felt that their needs for safety and accountability are not met by going through the school
or police, although some
may find these the best options.
As with all kinds of bigotry, sexism, homophobia,
transphobia, and violence towards women are
epidemics in our society that need to be directly
combated. In some instances this, too, could
be as simple as having a conversation with a
person acting oppressively, but often may
require action. Bigots beware: Sex-positive
New School students bash back!

the hardest lesson:

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The Radical Student Union (RSU) emerged from
the SDS-Students for a Democratic Society, a
throwback to the 1960s radical student movement. Since its reformation during the Bush
administration, New School SDS performed direct
actions centered around the Iraq War and Robert Millard, the
New School board of trustees treasurer and CEO of L3 Communications, a leading military contractor. Their reformation
into RSU pushed them farther towards the center, trading
direct actions for theatrics and horizontal organization for
elected officials who set the group's agenda in accordance to
national leftists strategies such as Powervote and Parecon.
While the group has a few dozen dedicated activists many
have turned away as it has largely rejected direct action and
diversity of tactics in recent semesters.

New School in Exile, or NSIE, was formed
largely as a tendency to fill the void of direct
action. The group formed together largely
from students seeking to assert a voice as the Kerrey
controversy heated up in December 2008. The students
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Student activism has always been a ghetto and in current affairs of the New School are no
exception. Students earnestly seeking change find themselves in endless meetings for groups
replicating the current absurd democratic system that gave us the Iraq war, the bank bailouts,
green capitalism, and two Bush administrations. As a result, most of these students will "burn
out" on activism by the end of their college career, while some will stick with a group until
they graduate, either as a politician-like student-leader, or a subject to said leaders, performing menial labor such as posting fliers. Real change does not occur through appeals to
bureaucracy but through direct action and pressure on the systems of power. Nonetheless
many students find campus groups to be a valuable jumping-off point to find like-minded
friends and get involved in the student community.
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Throughout the course of student life you’ll be implored to “engage”, to
“express yourself”, to “have your voice heard”, to “stand up and be counted”.
The politicians will try and pull you into their orbit, to vote for them, to
organize others or to join the assembly yourself. Chances are you’ll feel
uncomfortable and apathetic. You’ll dodge them in the hallways. You’ll feel
like your shirking your duty to your fellow students and sullying the
participatory tradition of this grand institution.
The truth is, non-participation in student government is no cause for
shame. In fact, it is an entirely rational reaction to the shameful conditions of
studenthood. Its hardly a surprise that student government mirrors the form
of national government, because both have the same function.
The committees, the assemblies, the senate and the vote all function to
tamp down on expectations, diffuse and wait out struggles, foster a
deference to unaccountable institutions, and separate us into atomized social
actors. This is a form of mediation: the insertion of an institutional structure
between desires and the means to meet them. Moreover, these forms of
government are based on a fundamental illusion.
Students and citizens have no power over the content of their general
conditions. The so-called “right” to choose between one or another unaccountable leader is merely the right to give up the only true power that any people
have, the power to self-organize and directly struggle for their lives without the
mediation of leaders. This holds just as true in the classroom as it does on the
streets.
So when the politicians come and try and pull you in, embrace your apathy
and your discomfort! There are a thousand ways to make positive changes at
the university without stepping foot in some boring meeting. Talk with your
fellow students, figure out what you want, then organize and take it!

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who spearheaded the first occupation would go
on to form NSIE the next semester, deciding upon an April
1st deadline for Kerrey's resignation in their first meeting. In
the coming months, little was planned within the group
itself, but members would meet in secret to plan grand
actions such as the April 10th occupation. NSIE has been a
useful group for cutting through red tape and aggressively
pressuring the administration, but its identity is still forming.
LISA, the Low Income Student Alliance, is yet
to emerge as the proletarian threat it will
undoubtedly become to a corporatizing University. As
tuition rises, low income students are being pushed
farther into the margins, invisible amongst a largely
well-off student body. Growing stronger each year, LISA
aims to assert the presence of these students and remind
the community class is still an issue.
is an environmentalist group that works within
the system to further initiatives such as green
architecture and "sustainability" on campus. While
members often find themselves discussing the best way
to get students to recycle, there is a radical undercurrent
that rarely shows its face.
The Lang Reading Series, Eat a Peach, and Lang Student
Dispatch are three student-run alternative publications/literary
groups that challenge the exclusive and reactionary Free Press.
Also on campus is MOXIE, a feminist group that organizes an
annual "Take Back the Night" event and week of actions against
rape, sexual assault, and violence against women.
An Animal Rights Group (that I can’t remember the name of ) that
raises awareness of the cruelty of factory farming and animal
testing, and the Social Justice Conference that brings together
different NYC organizations for a day of panels and workshops.
All of these groups are usually best found by their ubiquitous fliers that
litter the campus year-round.

Who is BOB

?

Bob lacks a Ph.D., and his
only college degree is a
Meet your University President
Bachelor’s in Pharmacy.
Who could better underBOB IS A BUSINESSMAN.
stand the priorities of a University?
His resume includes an officer’s
In an interview in New York
position in the Navy Seals during
Magazine, Bob spoke of the need
Vietnam, owning successful restaufor increased “productivity” at the
rants and gyms, and a nine-year run
New School, the product being
as a senator from Nebraska. He is a
degrees. To increase the number
well-connected, business-minded
of degrees implicitly requires that
politician – so why the hell
each professor teach
is he our university
larger classes – a
president?
situation that leads
BOB IS A WAR
to a decrease in
CRIMINAL.
the overall
During his duty
quality of the
in the Vietnam
students’ educaWar, Bob led a
tion. But we
squadron
of
aren’t students in
Navy Seals in a
Bob’s mind but
mission at Thanh
customers, consumPhong
that ended in
ers of a product just
the killing of 21 civilians,
like Coca Cola or Chevromostly
children and nonlet. Bob has managed to raise the
combatant women.1 The story
New School endowment from
didn’t break for three decades, but
nothing to $200+ million. This
should be a reason for the students when it did, Kerrey and several of
his former soldiers contended that
and faculty to rejoice – more
money for financial aid, perhaps it was an accident, contradicting
the story of one of his soldiers and
faculty salaries would rise, more
money could be paid to graduate three Vietnamese witnesses who
students working in the university, said the victims were rounded up
then massacred. Bob received a
right? Wrong. Bob is instead
Bronze Star for his actions
moving forward with a plan to
at Thanh Phong.
build a $500 million dollar
BOB IS A POLITICIAN
building at 65 Fifth Avenue to
increase the mainstream appeal Bob was a Senator for nine years
and placed second behind Bill
of the university.

New School, Bob decided to take
Clinton in the 1992 Democratic
the position of chief academic
primaries. He’s spent his share of
days up on the Hill and made some officer for himself. The faculty was
important friends, like Republican outraged and the Faculty Senate
Senator and Presidential candidate decided to hold a Vote of No ConfiJohn McCain, whom Kerrey invited dence. In response, Bob promised
to resign should the Senate pass
to give the Graduation Speech in
2006. To no one’s surprise (except the vote. When the vote came in
Kerrey’s), many of the graduating 74 to 2, Bob had a change of heart
and decided to retain his position,
students decided to heckle
stating, "The board [of trustees] is
Senator McCain.
In 1999, when he voted to repeal fully supportive…That’s the only
vote that matters to me."
the Glass-Steagall Act of 1933
(which was passed in the wake of In response, there has been two
student occupations of the soon to
the 1929 stock market crash to
be demolished 65 Fifth Avenue
control speculation and prevent
building calling for Kerrey’s resignabank holding companies from
owning other financial companies) tion. The first ended after negotiahe stated “the concerns that we will tions and the second with immediate police response (without the
!
have a meltdown like 1929 are
consultation
of
Provost
Tim
Mardramatically overblown.” Less than
shall) and the arrest and criminal
ten years later, in the fall of 2008,
!
prosecution of 22 protesters.
the market crashed.
In 2002, Bob publicly announced BOB HAS GOT TO GO!
his support for the Invasion of Iraq, “When he got university matters wrong, he
much to the dismay of the univer- got them so wrong I didn’t know what to do.”
-Kenneth Prewitt, Former Dean of NSSR
sity community. He even went so
“I
came
to the New School largely because I
far as to join the Committee for the
sensed
that he was a charismatic, affable,
Liberation of Iraq, among the likes
charming person. I found that was one part
of Republican Senator John McCain,
of the style. But I also found there was
William Kristol (chairman of the
another part that was impulsive, autocratic
Project for a New American Cenand produced an increasing sense of fear
among those who worked for him.”
tury), and Bruce P. Jackson (former
V.P of strategy for weapons contrac- -Arjun Appadurai, Anthropologist and Former
University Provost
tor Lockheed Martin). Bob sure
knows how to pick a winner…
Bob has promised to not renew his contract when it

BOB IS A LIAR

Following the fourth resignation of
a Provost during Bob’s tenure at the

terminates in 2011, until which he will continue to!
function as President of the University. The publishers
of the Disorientation Guide encourage the students and
faculty to join us in calling for Bob to resign his position
as University President.

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