Wagner College, founded in 1883, takes pride in the diversity of its students and its service to the community. Today, Wagner College continues to build on this longstanding commitment by recruiting students from all groups: religious, ethnic, racial, sexual, demographic, and cultural. The Chai Society at Wagner College, established in 2004, is dedicated to strengthening the ties between the College and the Jewish community. Through its support of Wagner College's Holocaust Education & Programming Center and co-curricular activities, the Chai Society promotes knowledge and understanding of the richness of the Jewish experience.
The Chai Society is facilitated through the joint efforts of Wagner College's Office of Institutional Advancement, the Chai Society Steering Committee, Hillel, and Rabbi Dr. Abraham Unger, assistant professor and director of urban programs at Wagner College.
CHAI JEWISH CULTURE LECTURE SERIES - Fall 2015
Presents Guest Speaker
Writer and Publishing Consultant
For a discussion on
“The Israel No One Talks About”
Thursday, December 3, 2015
at 8:00 pm
In Spiro Hall, Room #4
Anne Etra is a writer and publishing consultant, currently working with a nonprofit called Untold News. Anne published their books Tiny Dynamo and El Pequeño Dínamo and provides a breadth of writing services for the Israel cause.
HOLOCAUST STORY FEATURED IN WAGNER MAGAZINE
"Buried Stories" about the new Holocaust center online read more
SAVE THE DATE!
Chai Society Annual Community Mitzvah Awards
Wednesday, May 11, 2016
6:30pm in Manzulli Boardroom in Foundation Hall
To see photos of the 2015 Chai Mitzvah Awards Dinner, click here