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September 2 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:

Welcome back!

Fall classes start Tuesday! Don't be late.

Catch an encore performance of the Reality Show Tuesday night (open to ALL students—not just freshmen).

A Grey Art Gallery exhibit of the works of Ernest Cole, one of South Africa’s first black photojournalists, opens Wednesday.

NYU’s Urban Democracy Lab hosts a panel discussion Wednesday evening about what Bill de Blasio has done so far as mayor.

All students are invited to the fall job and internship fair at Kimmel on Thursday.

Plus mixers and welcome receptions galore!

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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