Daily Bulletin

The Office of Communications and Marketing is responsible for the Daily Bulletin, Wagner College’s daily email newsletter to the campus community. It can also be viewed in our app, Wagner Mobile.

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What is the Daily Bulletin?

Each Daily Bulletin consists of two parts: short notices, and “Today at Wagner”.

Short notices appear at the top of the Bulletin. These are items of general interest to the campus community — programs to sign up for, unusual activities on campus that might affect your day, schedules for campus services during holiday breaks, links to Wagner-related news stories, and Photo of the Day highlights on the college’s Facebook page.

“Today at Wagner” appears below the short notices. It consists of a list of campus activities scheduled that day, showing time, location, and a link to event descriptions when available. This section pulls all its information from the college’s online events calendar, which contains information on all scheduled upcoming Wagner events, both on- and off-campus.

How do I get my event in the Daily Bulletin?

To place a short notice in the Daily Bulletin, email Lee Manchester.

To get your event into “Today at Wagner”, it must be in the online events calendar. To place events in the online events calendar, just fill in the required information when you book space for your event using the Ad Astra system.

Can I get help with using the online events calendar?

This tutorial on using the campus calendar offers basic guidance on scheduling events.

Caitlin Miller, assistant director of Lifelong Learning, can provide additional information and assistance with the calendar for faculty and staff. Students should contact Maggie Cross, director of student engagement and activities, for assistance.

How do I submit a Photo of the Day?

Email Lee Manchester with your submission to be considered for inclusion in our Photo of the Day feature on Facebook.

How did the Daily Bulletin begin?

In the very first issue — dated Oct. 12, 2010 — we explained why we were introducing an email newsletter to the campus community: In response to requests from the Student Government Association for a reduction in the number of emails, we are consolidating as many as possible of the daily administrative notices to the campus community into a single daily bulletin.