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Wednesday December 07, 2016
So, it’s that time of the year again: finals. Don’t worry though, you aren’t alone in feeling stressed and bombarded with work. But before you feel too overwhelmed with studying for exams, finishing papers, and trying to sleep in-between, here are some foolproof tips for staying calm during finals! [...] Keep reading →

Monday December 05, 2016
What is the First Year Program? A View From Learning Community 12 At Wagner College, each freshman is put into a first year program that tends to focus on a specific idea. Your first year program is your learning community, in which you have three classes that are inter-connected. Two of the classes [...] Keep reading →

Wednesday November 30, 2016
'Tis the season to be thankful! We explored campus to ask Wagner students, faculty, and staff what they're thankful for this year.   The post What Are You Thankful For? appeared first on HawkTalk. [...] Keep reading →

Monday November 28, 2016
I grew up in a family where holidays were the most special time of the year. Our traditions brought us closer together, and made the holidays some of my favorite and happiest memories to look back on. I am so interested in learning about how others celebrate holidays, what their traditions mean to them, [...] Keep reading →

Monday November 28, 2016
Public transportation is something that often intimidates individuals. However, it is a huge and wonderful part of the Wagner experience because it is so accessible and affordable. I was a complete newbie to every form of public transportation, but just after three quick months of different excursions, [...] Keep reading →

Monday November 07, 2016
Every Monday around 5:45, I head up the carpeted stairs of the Union to a classroom many don’t know exists. Walking into the lobby of President Guarasci’s office, I prepare myself for a challenging class I am lucky enough to take. GOV/HI 260: Darwin, Marx, Freud, and Picasso is a course offered [...] Keep reading →

Saturday November 05, 2016
Every year at the beginning of the fall semester, Wagner hosts a Club Fair on the Oval to allow new and current students to get a feel for all the organizations on campus. As a transfer student, I was overwhelmed by the enormity of it — especially for a relatively small campus. Yet, everyone seemed [...] Keep reading →

Sunday May 08, 2016
"My freshmen year roommate literally ate paste." "My freshman roommate showered once a month." "My freshman roommate cried anytime I tried to communicate with him." These are all opening lines of stories that my family and friends told me when I first told them that I was doing random roommate. Those [...] Keep reading →

Sunday May 08, 2016
For most Wagner students, moving to New York City is a huge reason they are at Wagner College. Here are some tips on how to make the most out of adventuring through this beautiful place. A- Ask Questions! Wagner College has a 20% commuter population, which means that you are surrounded by natives who [...] Keep reading →

Sunday May 08, 2016
If you're a perspective student reading the title of this blog, you may be very confused as to why I am writing about a geometric shape. If you're a Wagner College student, you know exactly what I'm talking about. Around this time of year, mother nature starts cooperating with us and the weather is [...] Keep reading →