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Community Health Action of Staten Island will be on campus to offer free HIV & Hepatitis C Testing & Counseling.
The documentary film “How to Fix a Primary” digs into a story that is shaking up Democratic Party politics nationwide, highlighting the role of power and money in a system many believe is broken — but can be fixed.
The director of “How to Fix a Primary,” Brittany Huckabee, will attend and participate in a discussion of her film after the screening.
Huckabee is an independent filmmaker with two decades of experience directing and producing feature-length documentaries that have shown on PBS, Netflix and Showtime.
This screening is co-sponsored by Wagner College’s Department of Government & Politics, Department of Visual Arts, and Center for Intercultural Understanding.
Induction ceremony for Psi Chi, the International Honor Society in Psychology. All are welcome.
Learn about what it's involved with becoming a Writing Intensive Tutor.
EN 280 provides students with valuable professional development opportunities, as they will learn how to collaborate, provide and receive constructive feedback, explore principles for the teaching of writing, develop public speaking and conference presentation skills, and build an understanding of cultural and linguistic diversity.
“Fin de Siglo (End of the Century)” (2019, 84 min.)
An Argentinian man and a Spanish man meet. But have they met before? Or have they always known each other? A playful, mysterious, haunting meditation on love and desire.
Director Lucio Castro will attend the screening, either in person or via Skype.
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Kim Miller was at Christie's for 4 years and then later at Sotheby's for 4 yrs, working most recently as the Head of Department for 20th C. Design. She returns to Wagner to host a discussion.