Student News & Resources

October 16, 2016
Five nights of world films on immigration, exile and displacement Keep reading →
Rick Krieger, Apocalypse before & after (16x9)
August 24, 2016
For Rick Krieger’s ‘The Bomb Shelters Will Save Us’ Keep reading →
Refugees 16x9
November 20, 2015
‘We are better than that,’ says Professor Morowitz Keep reading →
Professor Bill Murphy
November 13, 2015
Series of graphic pieces to show Wheel building, from start to finish, as it rises over New York harbor Keep reading →
'As Above,' Shelley Thorstensen (16x9) (a)
October 29, 2015
Wagner College Gallery exhibition, ‘As Above,’ runs through Jan. 15 Keep reading →
Francis & Irene Jacob 16x9
September 28, 2015
Irène Jacob, star of "Red" and "The Double LIfe of Veronique," performs Oct. 28 in the Coffeehouse with her brother, jazz guitarist Francis Jacob, and their band Keep reading →
'Jeepney' screenshot 16x9
April 29, 2015
Film about Filipino Jeep-based busses airs Monday, May 4, 8 p.m. on WLIW World Keep reading →
Chris Spollen 16x9
January 24, 2015
Watch the New York 1 story about Chris Spollen's Wagner Gallery exhibition, “Rocket Ships to Robots,” on display through Feb. 22 Keep reading →
Philip Mauro 16x9
November 20, 2014
On Nov. 13, 2014, WNBC News reporter Pat Battle produced a story about the Heart Gallery, a collaboration of professional photographers in New York City taking beautiful shots of foster children to help them find a permanent home. Wagner College photography professor Philip Mauro was one of the participating photographers donating their time for this wonderful project. You'll find […] Keep reading →
Klimt 16x9
November 3, 2014
This Friday, Wagner College art historian Laura Morowitz will be an invited speaker in a Duke University speaker series on “Art, Conflict and the Politics of Memory.” Her subject: the odd retrospective exhibition of Gustav Klimt’s works staged by Vienna’s Nazi-installed governor, Baldur von Schirach, at the Secession gallery in 1943. In a blog written earlier this year for […] Keep reading →