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NYU Holds Annual "Grad Alley" Event for Graduating Seniors

May 12, 2008
N-446, 2007-08

* TRAFFIC ADVISORY *

Streets Around NYU’s Washington Square Campus To Be Closed for Celebration

  • WHAT: New York University holds its annual “Grad Alley” celebration event for graduating seniors the night before the 176th Commencement.
  • WHEN: Tuesday, May 13, 2008

STREET CLOSINGS:

All closings begin at 8:00 am; streets will reopen at 9:00 pm. The following streets will be closed to vehicular traffic:

  • LaGuardia Place from West 3rd St. to Washington Square South
  • Washington Square South from Thompson St. to Mercer St. (after 5:00 pm, Washington Square South will be shut from MacDougal St. to Mercer St.)

Type: Press Release

Press Contact: John Beckman | (212) 998-6848


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