Intercultural Advancement invites you to the Multicultural Lounge located in Union Room 227 for the Opening Reception for Women's History Month where we will introduce all of the exciting events scheduled for the month of March.
Join us on Wednesday, March 1 at 6 PM in the Faculty Dining Room for Speed Networking, a lively, fast-paced event that allows students to hone their networking skills as they gain valuable career advice from successful professionals in a variety of different fields. Business casual attire is required. Please reserve your spot here.
The Vienna Project” (2013-2014) was developed as the first public naming memorial in Vienna to simultaneously represent multiple groups of persecuted victims and dissidents of National Socialism, murdered between 1938-1945. A multi-dimensional, interactive, interdisciplinary project occurring in the public space on the streets of Vienna, the project was conceived as a temporary performance of the archives, joining history with memory, and collaboration with participation.
Discussion will include events leading up to The Vienna Project, as well as a preview for a new permanent naming installation that is currently under development and review.
This event is co-sponsored by the Wagner College Chai Society, the Council of Jewish Organization of Staten Island, and the Jewish Community Center of Staten Island.
Please R.S.V.P. for the event at wagner.edu/alumni or contact Stephanie Koch, Donor Relations Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or 718-390-3225.
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Members of the Residential Education Staff will be stationed in the Union, 2nd Floor to answer any questions about housing selection. Students will also be able to ask for assistance with their application.
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.