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Generation Citizen is looking for semester-long volunteers to join our organization. Come and listen to our pitch
and receive a free piece of candy!
Celebrate Valentine's Day by supporting the Senior Class Gift with the Student Alumni Association!
Pre-Health Society is going to inform people about good hygiene and disease prevention by having them Swab their mouths, phones, books onto plates so we can grow them and show them actually how much bacteria lives on themselves and their everyday items!
Mandatory Workshop for all Childhood (1-6) students prior to Student Teaching.
Join Kathy Dunn Savarese '79 M '83 and Joe Savarese at their home located in the Country Club of Mirasol for cocktails and hors d'oeuvres.
Wish farewell to President Dr. Richard Guarasci on his final trip to Florida as President and meet our Senior Vice President of Planning and Enrollment, Angelo Araimo.
Discussion on black love through the lens of the movie and book, If Beale Street Could Talk.
Hosted by the Dean of Campus Life Office, Center for Intercultural Advancement. Led by Sidiq Soulemana & Desiree Braithwaite in conjunction with the Black & Latino Male Initiative and the Women of Color Dialogue Circle.
Guest speaker from Goldman Sachs
Weekly BSU Meeting
The Wagner Campus Activities Board (WagCAB) is proud to present Wagner's inaugural 48-Hour Film Festival.
Beginning Friday, February 15th, Wagner students will have 48-hours to write, film, and edit a short film. Each film will include a predetermined prop and line of dialogue that must be incorporated somehow into the plot of the film.
The films will then be judged by Nelson Kim and Holly Van Buren, professors in the Film and Media Studies Department.
The 48-Hour Film Festival will end with a viewing party and awards ceremony on Monday, February 18th.