Table in Union for the Blood Bus
Meditation and mindfulness
WCT alum, Cait Maxwell '10, will talk about her career path and her profession as a make up and hair designer on tour and on Broadway.
Orthodox Christian Mass with Father Anthony DeLuca
Transformational Meditation with Father Anthony DeLuca
Outreach to the United Nations with Father Anthony DeLuca.
Orthodox Vespers and Holy Communion with Father Anthony DeLuca.
Rainbow pin sale! Reminder for everyone to keep the positivity alive everyday! All donations and purchases will go to the Trevor Project which is a service hotline for LGBTQ+ youth who are struggling.
Join CCP and Intercultural Advancement to learn more about the opportunity to travel to New Orleans on the 2018 Alternative Spring Break!
Boot Camp Fitness Class
The Wagner College Film Studies and Modern Languages Departments will be hosting a week of international films from 6pm - 9pm in Spiro Hall Room 3.
Night Two will feature Short Films from Ethiopia. Several shorts by the new generation of filmmakers in Ethiopia express perspectives on indigenous Oromo ethnic culture, life under the Derg dictatorship, and feminist urban experience, among other topics. Professor Steve Thomas will introduce the screening, and one or more of the directors may join us via Skype for a post-screening discussion.
Films to be screened will include “Gatishee (Her Pay Back)” by Kelbessa Megersa, “Fedistu Gamee” by Michael Shimeles, “Gumaa” by Kumsa Tamana, “Qanafaa” by Bayisa Tura and Sagni Dibisa and “How Was Your Day” by Hanna Haile.
Join the Coffeehouse staff for our weekly trivia night! Teams are a max of 6