A Winter Storm Warning issued by the National Weather Service for Thursday, Feb. 13, prompted Wagner College to reschedule its planned visit with civil rights organizer and education reform activist Robert P. Moses.
We are pleased to announce that Mr. Moses will visit us, instead, on Wednesday, March 12. See this Web page for details.
Bob Moses, one of the leaders of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee and an organizer of the Freedom Summer voter registration drive in Mississippi, was invited to be the guest speaker for Wagner College's second annual Black History Month Scholar Symposium.
On Thursday, Feb. 13 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. in Kairos House, please join Campus Ministry for the second installment in its “Spirituality” discussion series, exploring the themes of spirituality and developing a spiritual identity in college. During this session, the group will explore the questions: What is the role of social justice in spirituality? How can one develop a unique spiritual identity? The facilitator will be Steve Belo, an M.Div. candidate from Princeton University who is serving as Wagner’s intern chaplain this semester. For information, email Steve Belo.