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An exhibition of sculptural tapestries dedicated to seven courageous women of the Holocaust and World War II: Anne Frank, Vitka Kempner, Zivia Lubetkin, Sitti Israel, Nadezheda Popova, Hadassah Rosenshaft and Noor Inyat Kahn.
This exhibition is part of the programming for the international symposium "Heroines of the Holocaust: New Frameworks of Resistance" that will be held at the Wagner College Holocaust Center on June 15-16.
Linda Stein is an activist visual artist, writer, lecturer and performer with works collected by museums here and abroad, with a retrospective solo exhibition scheduled at Sweden's Skövde Art Museum scheduled for Spring 2023. She is Founding President of the non-profit Have Art: Will Travel! Inc (HAWT) for Courageous Kindness, addressing bullying and diversity and her archives are at Smith College and Penn State University.
The gallery in the Union building, overlooking the Verazzano bridge, will be open June 4-June 19: Tues, Sat, Sun 1-4pm; Wed, Thurs 4-8pm and by appointment. Email email@example.com 24 hours in advance to reserve time.
Join Seahawk family and friends prior to kick-off for 2 hours of fun, food, and drinks in the parking lot. Price includes ticket to game.
Then come cheer on your Wagner Seahawks while they take on the Scarlet Knights at SHI Stadium.
Location: Tent City at Athlete Glen and Scarlet Knight Way
Wagner Weekend is back! This is an amazing opportunity for the Wagner community to come together and celebrate the past, present, and future of our great institution.
The weekend’s festivities will feature both Homecoming and Reunion activities to enjoy with your friends and family.
For the entire itinerary and registration visit alumniconnect.wagner.edu/wagner-weekend-2022.
WagnerVotes and students from LC17 will assist the Wagner community with voter registration, voter registration verification, and requests for absentee ballots on this National Voter Registration Day. ALSO: Visit the information table on the Sutter Oval lawn for assistance.
The Wagner College Office of Alumni Relations would like to invite all alumni who have chosen to serve their alma mater as a current Wagner faculty, staff, or administrator member to an appreciation event.
Come relax at this paint-and-pour event where we will be serving creative mocktails!
Alumni and friends are invited to join together on campus as we honor those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for our country with the 12th annual Wagner College Veteran's Day Remembrance, hosted by the brothers of Delta Nu and the Wagner College Alumni Association.
The Delta Nu War Memorial located outside the Spiro Sports Center reminds us of the great sacrifice our veterans have made for this country and the global community. Light refreshments will be served in the Spiro Sports Center Ticket Lobby following the memorial.
The event will feature two second generation speakers who will share their reflections on their parents’ and grandparents’ strategies to escape Nazi Germany and their compelling messages to the next generation.
Susan Slater and Joan Loeb will speak about their mothers who were on the St. Louis transatlantic refugee ship.
The event will also feature a candle lighting ceremony, and musical performance by Jaylen Grey ’24, Molly Nemirow ’25 and other members of the Wagner College Choir, as well as a tribute to the life lessons of Egon J. Salmon (1924-2022).
Register here alumniconnect.wagner.edu/kristallnacht2022.
Please join us for the annual Wagner College Guild Holiday Luncheon.
The event will feature remarks from the Director of Choral Activities, Thomas Juneau, and a special performance by the Wagner College Choir. We hope to see you there!
Can be attended in person or via Zoom. REGISTER HERE