The Alumni Eucleian Society is a literary club for alumni to gather for debates, readings, creative writing, performance, and discussion. In support of the literary arts, the society is a space for NYU authors to connect and promote their work.

The NYU Eucleian Society was a student literary society that began at NYU in 1832 lasting until the 1940's according to yearbooks and archives. Named in honor of Eukleia, the Goddess of Repute, Glory, and War, it served as a forum for readings followed by debates in addition to publishing student work. Having a permanent space in the library, the university viewed this as an extension of learning outside the classroom. The Alumni Eucleian Society is proud to bring this tradition back to NYU in honor of the student society.

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