The Nicholas Brothers Lecture and Q&A on Harold and Fayard Nicholas by Bruce Goldstein
The panel is designed to encourage positive dialogue among the major faith traditions. All are welcome to attend.
Join the Chemistry Honor Society as we make ice cream using liquid nitrogen! We encourage all students who are interested in majoring or minoring in chemistry to meet us and ask us questions.
Professor Gerald Benjamin from SUNY New Paltz, will deliver the Carey Institute Spring Lecture. Jerry is considered one of the leading experts in the country and certainly in New York, on State constitutions. He will be speaking about the referendum that will be on the NY State ballot in November for approval of the convening of a constitutional convention to consider amendments to the NY State constitution.
Wagner College Department of Music presents faculty baritone Anthony Turner in recital.
The recital commences on Wednesday, April 26, 2017 at 7:30pm in the Campus Hall Performance Center.
Musical selections include classical compositions by Luigi Mancia, Claude Debussy and Arnold Schoenberg, with piano accompaniment provided by Ok Kyun Kang.
Mr. Turner will present pop ballads in the second half of his program by the composers Antonio Carlos Jobim, Michel Legrand, Miguel Prado and Idabelle Firestone. He will be joined at the piano by Staten Islander, Eleanor Sokoll, Bim Strasberg on bass, and Wagner faculty guitarist Benjamin Sher.
This event is free and open to Wagner faculty, staff and students, the greater Staten Island community and the greater New York City area.
“Stupid F**king Bird” by Aaron Posner, directed by Mickey Tennenbaum. On the grounds of a country estate, two generations of Russians mope and love and hate in this heartbreaking, hilarious sort-of-adaptation that takes a baseball bat to Anton Chekhov’s “The Seagull.” Welcome to the wild world of “Stupid F**king Bird,” where Chekhov’s story of love, art and a hapless bird gets an hysterical, contemporary makeover.
Join us for a silent gallery tour at 4:30 p.m. in the Horrmann Library's Spotlight Gallery of public art by Walis Johnson, Laura Chipley, Samara Smith, Sophia Chizuco, Seema Pandya and Frid Branham, followed by a 5 p.m. program in Foundation Hall's Manzulli Boardroom featuring artists' talks and a reception. For info contact Prof. Sarah Scott (firstname.lastname@example.org).