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summer in the East Village

July 28 Edition

 

Performances, art shows, lectures, sports, conferences—with so much going on at NYU, there’s no excuse for an empty calendar (even in July!). Here are just a handful of the illuminating experiences on offer this week:
 

Coming down the home stretch: Monday is the first day of classes for the fourth three-week summer session.

Members of the Student Resource Center staff host a webinar Monday with tips for your off-campus search; bring questions and tune in at 11 am.

Students in Steinhardt’s Interactive Multimedia Performing Arts Collaborative Technology (IMPACT) workshop present a free summer showcase Tuesday at 5pm. Read more about the program here.

This week’s Real Queer Film Series pick is Hedwig and the Angry Inch, playing Thursday at 2 pm in Kimmel Suite 602. 

These are only a few highlights. For more on all that’s going on this week, consult the NYU events page.

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