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February 2017

President’s Day

February 20

President's Day holiday. No classes. Campus offices closed.

No classes

February 21

President's Day holiday. Campus offices open.

Speaker Patricia Kelly visits and designs Stained Glass

February 21 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

The campus is invited to join Jenny Toth's AR 200 class in the Parker Hall Art Studio as artist Patricia Kelly will be leading a workshop in stained glass. Final project will be hung around campus.

Workshop Dates: 1/31, 2/7, 2/14, 2/21 and 3/21 from 1pm - 4pm.

Black History Month Scholar

February 22 @ 4:30 pm - 8:30 pm

The Office of the Provost in partnership the Division of Campus Life is proud to host Dr. Michael Ralph as the 2017 Black History Month Scholar. Dr. Ralph is dually appointed to the rank of Associate Professor of Gender and Sexuality Studies in the department of Metropolitan Studies and Associate Professor of Social and Cultural Analysis, Africana Studies, American Studies at New York University and serves as the Director of Undergraduate Studies for Metropolitan Studies. His scholarship explores Citizenship, Sovereignty, Risk, Liability, Urban Youth Culture, Diaspora, and Postcolonialism. He holds a BA in Africana Studies from Morris Brown College and MS And PhD in Anthropology from the University of Chicago.

Twelfth Annual Tribute to Black Music

February 22 @ 9:00 pm - 11:00 pm

The Choirs, Vocal Ensembles, Jazz Ensemble, faculty and soloists join to celebrate the great African American performers and composers who have contributed so profoundly to American music and culture. The program will include spirituals, gospel, blues, jazz, funk, and soul and feature Dorian Lake, vocal soloist
and the Karlus Trapp Band. Conducted by Roger Wesby and directed by Ben Sher.

Titanic

February 23 @ 8:00 pm - 10:30 pm

TITANIC
Winner of 5 1997 Tony Awards including Best Musical, Book and Score! Maury Yeston and Peter Stone's masterfully crafted musical examines the lives of the passengers aboard the doomed luxury liner Titanic — those in first class, middle class and steerage — in the nights leading up the ship's fatal encounter with an iceberg at sea.

Directed by Drew Scott Harris (WCT’s The Most Happy Fella), Titanic is a heart-stopping and riveting ride through the final moments of the hopes and aspirations of those onboard.

To purchase tickets call the Wagner College Box Office at 718-390-3259.

Pass/Fail ends

February 24

Last day to declare Pass/Fail option

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