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Auditions for CSP's fourth slot show American Idiot
Students can learn about the effects of single-use plastic on our environment as they craft their own works of art on their reusable bags!
Come join Hillel for a Purim Celebration filled with Hammentachen baking and decorating, fun games, great music and raffles. Costumes are welcome!
Callbacks for CSP's fourth slot show American Idiot
Get ready for a truly unforgettable weekend—because it’s not just one event, it’s two.
For the first time in Wagner's history, we’re bringing together the best parts of our beloved Homecoming and Reunion traditions. All Seahawks, alumni, students, parents, faculty & staff, and more, will reunite for a chance to relive memories and make new ones.
It’s been a tumultuous year, but we’ve emerged stronger than ever, and we’re ready to have fun! You won’t want to miss it! Together, we’ll celebrate the past, present, and future of Wagner at Wagner Weekend!
For details, visit wagner.edu/alumni-friends/wagnerweekend.
The Wagner College marching band, cheerleaders and the Seahawk will lead the pep rally as we cheer on the Football team before Saturday's game.
Candidates for Wagner Weekend King and Queen will also be introduced.
Amazon will be hosting an In-Person Recruitment & Info Session table. Students can learn about paid-hourly jobs at the Staten Island Amazon warehouse. Pay is up to $22 per hour and includes a range of benefits and opportunities for career advancement. Unable to visit the table? Students can visit www.amazon.com/studenthourlyjobs to apply or text JFKNOW1 to 77088 to sign up for alerts from Amazon.
The New York Center for Interpersonal Development (NYCID) Info Table for Summer Jobs. Be a Group Leader/Activity Specialist to Elementary and Middle School age children across Staten Island and build skills in youth enrichment, program development and leadership.
Salary Range: $18 - $25 per hour
To join this ZOOM PRESENTATION, go to https://spscc.zoom.us/j/84707321630
It’s May 5 — Cinco de Mayo — when Americans drink Margaritas, eat chilaquiles, tacos and fajitas, listen to corridos and wear the Mexican sombrero. Every restaurant is decorated with colorful paper flowers, maracas and papel picado. However, most of us know only a little about what really happened on May 5. In this talk, Wagner College Professor Margarita Sánchez will clarify several historical misconceptions about Cinco de Mayo, discuss the complex relationship between the United States and Mexico, and share some of the greatest Mexican cultural contributions that continue to enrich its northern neighbor.
Margarita M. Sánchez holds a master’s degree and a Ph.D. in Spanish and Latin American Literature from Rutgers University. She has been dedicated to the study of contemporary Latin American literature, with an emphasis on gender and cultural studies. She is the co-editor of a special edition of Letras Femeninas devoted to the works of contemporary Hispanic women writers. She is the co-author of the textbook, “Retratos: Arte y sociedad en América Latina y España” (Hackett, 2015) and “On The Move: Spanish Grammar for Everyday Situations” (Hackett, 2019). At Wagner College, she teaches all levels of Spanish-language instruction as well as classes on literary theory, short films and 20th century Latin American literature. She is actively involved in the Port Richmond community on Staten Island, where she works with immigrants from Central and South America. Sánchez has written about displaced populations in Colombia with a focus on the female experience. She is working on the manuscript of “Xayacatlán: People of the Rain,” a book that focuses on the stories of four indigenous families separated by forced migration.
The program is presented by the South Puget Sound Community College’s Diversity Leadership Institute in Olympia, Washington.