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Washington Square Park in Fall

Week of September 29

 

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

The women’s and men’s soccer squads take on Farmingdale State College on Monday and Tuesday nights.

Rev. Al Sharpton and the National Action Network convene in Kimmel's Eisner and Lubin Auditorium for a two-day conference on education Wednesday and Thursday.

President John Sexton holds his first town hall of the semester on Wednesday afternoon; students should bring questions.

NYU Philharmonia performs Beethoven’s Egmont Overture, Brahms’ Variations on a Theme of Joseph Haydn, and more in a free concert on Thursday evening.

Orthodox, Conservative, and Reform services are offered at Kimmel for Yom Kippur on Friday evening. 

 

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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