Story Categories: Wagner News

 
March 25, 2021
On the evening of March 18, 2021, Wagner College students and faculty, as well as guests from the community, gathered together virtually on Zoom to participate in an open-mic poetry event. The event was kicked off by the guest poet L. Ash Williams, who also faciliated the open-mic with the students. Williams is a native […]
 
March 14, 2021
English professor Steven W. Thomas was recognized by Wagner College for his work with filmmakers and film scholars in Ethiopia and for his work bringing diverse perspectives to Wagner's campus. Along with administrators Ruta Shah-Gordan and Jazzmine Clarke-Glover, student Jonathan Irizary, and alumna Kerry Lee Alexander, he was given the MLK Agent of Change Award […]
 
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December 8, 2020
‘Reconsidering Flannery O’Connor’ contains 14 new essays that rethink the work of this American short story writer and novelist
 
September 16, 2020
This year, 2020, Dr. Steven W. Thomas, professor in Wagner College's English department, published three articles on Ethiopian cinema and Ethiopian-American literature. His most recent article is an entertaining piece of journalism titled "The Woman Blowing Up Ethiopia's Movie Industry" by Zócalo Public Square, an on-line magazine published by Arizona State University to foster lively […]
 
June 16, 2020
This week is Juneteenth (June 19) when America celebrates the day the news of slavery’s abolition was finally announced to African Americans. It is also a week when we in the English department remain in mourning over the deaths of our fellow American citizens George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Auhmad Arbery, Sean Reed, David McAtee, Rayshard […]
 
May 21, 2020
Audriana Mekula-Hanson (Wagner class of 2015), grew up in Northfield, New Hampshire and put herself through college by cobbling together scholarships, Pell Grants, private loans, and long hours working at CVS. After graduating from Wagner, she returned to her home state with a well-earned scholarship at the University of New Hampshire Franklin Perce School of […]
 
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May 12, 2020
Journalist Mark Stein ’10 writes about covering the effects of the pandemic in his home community for the Staten Island Advance
 
May 7, 2020
The Poet Laureate of the United States, Joy Harjo, was scheduled to visit on March 31st for the inauguration of Wagner College’s new president, Joel Martin. As part of this historic moment for the college, Joy was going to spend time with the advanced creative writing class EN316, taught by Professor Thomas Fucaloro. The students […]
 
May 6, 2020
What was supposed to happen during the spring break in March, 2020 for eight Wagner College students, the program manager for performing arts Diane Catalano, and Professor Steven Thomas was a trip to Poland. The special Expand-Your-Horizons (EYH) course was called “Global Literature from Africa to Poland.” The class was going to compare literature from […]
 
April 28, 2020
Margaret Winton, a Wagner College junior from Omaha, Nebraska, published an article, “d/Deaf Culture and Translingualism in the Writing Center,” in The Peer Review. Winton is a history major, French and religious studies double minor, and Writing Intensive Tutor (WIT) at Wagner’s Writing Center. The Peer Review is a fully online, open-access, multimodal scholarly journal […]