How fast can you eat a burrito and then run a mile?
Entry into the race is $5 and a waiver must be signed.
The winner of each division will earn money for a charity of their choosing.
Event sponsored by Residential Education
Sunday, Oct. 23 from 12 to 3 p.m. at the Flagship Brewery in St. George, Staten Island, join the Student Alumni Association for an Oktoberfest Brunch.
Kick off your Halloweek festivities by sharing a few drinks with friends, games like corn hole and giant Jenga, a bite to eat and a fun time.
Your ticket includes bar food provided by Pier 76 and Philly Pretzel Factory, as well as access to exclusive drink specials for those who are 21+. Tickets are $5 online, or $10 cash at the door.
Dr. Jonathan Bernard Marcoux will be discussing "Documenting Native American Diasporas in the Early Colonial Southeast"
The colonial trade in deerskins and Native American slaves had profound effects on the cultural landscape of the Southeast during the late seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries. Indeed, this economic system forged a dynamic even chaotic landscape ruptured and dissected by disease, violence, and slavery. In adapting to this new colonial landscape, many southeastern Indian groups employed a combination of migration and social coalescence as a strategy to ameliorate population loss. In this lecture, I explore the diasporic communities that emerged across the colonial Southeast, focusing on how archaeology can contribute to our understanding of these ethnically diverse refugee settlements.
ASSI lectures are free for ASSI and AIA members, students 22 years or younger and Wagner Faculty and Staff with valid ID.
Others may attend ASSI lectures for a $10.00 donation or may join the ASSI at the door.
For more information write: The Archaeology Society of Staten Island, P.O. Box 140504, Staten Island, NY 10314-0504, or visit our website www.siarchaeology.org
Mr. Ollison is the author of "Soul Serenade: Rhythm, Blues & Coming of Age Through Vinyl," the summer reading selection for Wagner College's Class of 2020. Everyone is invited to a campus reading and Q&A that we hope will challenge our community to think about the contested intersections of race and sexuality, poverty and education, family and dysfunction. The event is free and open to the public.
Are you an excellent writer? Do you like helping others? You can be a Writing Intensive Tutor (WIT)! Come listen to current WITs discuss what it takes to become a WIT. Questions? Email email@example.com.
Come out to the football stadium to play intramural flag football. Sign up on www.imleagues.com to create a team or join as a free agent!
APO will be fundraising for drunk driving education, awareness and advocacy.
The Wagner College Community is invited to make greeting cards to send to Peru and Guatemala on our annual mission trips. These cards will be distributed to the communities along with medical supplies.