Save the Dates!
On March 26, 2020, the entire NYU community will join together to support scholarships and opportunities for the future of our university. NYU One Day is celebrating five years of bringing dreams to life during our 24-hour day of giving. Learn more about how you can participate and make an impact at nyuoneday.org.
Celebrate NYU Alumni Weekend 2020 this October 22 through 25. Reconnect with your classmates, as these Violets did at an alumni reception at Bobst Library in 1988.
Flashback to June 1994
Coinciding with the 25th anniversary of the Stonewall riots, which galvanized the LGBT rights movement, New York City played host to Gay Games IV. Participating were 10,864 athletes (more than the 1992 or 1996 Olympics) across 31 events, including wrestling. Among the matches at NYU’s Coles Sports and Recreation Center were the first-ever internationally sanctioned women’s wrestling competitions.
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See what your fellow alums are doing and share your news, too. Go to nyu.edu/alumni/news-publications/class-notes to read classmate updates and let us know what is happening in your life and career.
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