Council Member Joseph Borelli (New York City Council 51st District) will be discussing the role of city government, being the opposition party in City Hall, and the 2016 election.
The Chaplains Office will be holding a Rosh Hashanah Service at 2pm on September 30 in the Knubel Chapel.
Students are also welcome at the Staten Island congregations below: (Please bring Wagner student ID.)
Young Israel of Staten Island (Orthodox)
Congregation Temple Emanu-El (Conservative)
location: Port Richmond
Congregation B'nai Jeshurun (Conservative)
location: West Brighton
Temple Israel (Reform)
location: Forest Avenue
Congregation Ohav Zedek (Orthodox)
location: Bayonne, New Jersey
contact: Wagner Prof. Abe Unger, Rabbi (email@example.com)
Students are also welcome to reach out to Professor Unger (firstname.lastname@example.org or 718-390-3297) if you wish to have a High Holy Day meal with a local Jewish family.
Join the Peer Educators for the Yoga and Meditation Series. Program will focus on different styles of yoga, visualization and meditation to help center and focus you. Essential oils will also be used.
Series dates and topics:
9/30: Laughing Yoga
10/14: Power Flow
10/16: Full Moon Yoga
10/30: New Moon Yoga
11/11: Gentle Flow
12/2: Power Flow
12/7: Gentle flow and essential oils
Fore more information contact Natalie Nye, Peer Education.
It's the a cappella music event of the semester! Two of Wagner College's student a cappella groups will be featured at this free showcase event for Wagner students, families, and alumni.
It's the biggest and best Wagner weekend of the fall! Homecoming 2016 is October 1st.
Food trucks, inflatables, corn hole, live music, and a biergarten will fill the oval with fun. Following the festivities on the oval, head over to Hameline Field to support your Wagner College football team!
Our guest speaker will cover the following questions:
1. Why libertarianism?
2. The GOP's future.
3. What is the role of alternative media, like the PanAm Post, in bringing the paradigm/philosophy to the fore?
Social Justice Dialogue: The Impact of the Orlando Shootings on the Latino Community
Location: Multicultural Lounge, Union Rm 227
Was the Pulse Nightclub shooting in Orlando, FL, an act of terrorism or an act of hate? Join the IRIS Alliance, Wagner College’s LGBT student group and the Center for Intercultural Advancement as we engage this important conversation, interrogating the intersections of race, sexual orientation and hate. Lunch will be provided so RSVP to email@example.com.
Latino History Month "La Herencia": September 15 - October 15
During Latino History Month Wagner College recognizes the rich history and amazing contributions of the Latino(a) Community. Throughout this month, we will host a series of programs and events to raise awareness and celebrate the passion, resilience, and sheer brilliance of the Latino(a) community.
We invite you to get engaged as we celebrate, arts, activism and La Herencia!