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May 2022

Chai Mitzvah Awards

May 25 @ 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm

The Chai Society Community Mitzvah Awards recognize individuals who have enhanced and promoted Jewish life on campus and within the broader community.

This year's honorees will include:
Dr. Victor and Kim Avis
Sara Cohen
DA Michael McMahon
Shirley Gottesman
Margot Capell
Hannah Steiner
Gregg Breinberg M'98
Elisabeth Pollicove '22

Register here for this virtual event!.

June 2022

Holocaust Gallery Exhibit, “Fierce Females: Holocaust Heroes”

June 5 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

An exhibition of original 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.

Exhibit made possible by Linda Stein, an activist visual artist, writer, lecturer, performer, and videographer working in Manhattan NY, Cambridge MA and East Hampton NY. She is Founding President of the non-profit Have Art: Will Travel! Inc (HAWT) for Courageous Kindness, addressing bullying and diversity.

The gallery will be open Tuesdays 1-4, Thursdays 4-8, Sunday 1-4 and on request.

Please email holocaust.center@wagner.edu 24 hours in advance.

Holocaust Gallery Exhibit, “Fierce Females: Holocaust Heroes”

June 7 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

An exhibition of original 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.

Exhibit made possible by Linda Stein, an activist visual artist, writer, lecturer, performer, and videographer working in Manhattan NY, Cambridge MA and East Hampton NY. She is Founding President of the non-profit Have Art: Will Travel! Inc (HAWT) for Courageous Kindness, addressing bullying and diversity.

The gallery will be open Tuesdays 1-4, Thursdays 4-8, Sunday 1-4 and on request.

Please email holocaust.center@wagner.edu 24 hours in advance.

Wagner Guild Luncheon

June 8 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Wagner Union Faculty Dining Room

Please join the Wagner College Guild for a Summer Luncheon on Wednesday, June 8, 2022 at 12:00 p.m. in the Faculty Dining Room, located in the Union Building of Wagner College.

The event will include a plated lunch, and festive treats! The event will feature guest speaker, Christopher Corbo '06 M'08, Assistant Provost for Academic Affairs at Wagner College.

Register here.

Holocaust Gallery Exhibit, “Fierce Females: Holocaust Heroes”

June 9 @ 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm

An exhibition of original 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.

Exhibit made possible by Linda Stein, an activist visual artist, writer, lecturer, performer, and videographer working in Manhattan NY, Cambridge MA and East Hampton NY. She is Founding President of the non-profit Have Art: Will Travel! Inc (HAWT) for Courageous Kindness, addressing bullying and diversity.

The gallery will be open Tuesdays 1-4, Thursdays 4-8, Sunday 1-4 and on request.

Please email holocaust.center@wagner.edu 24 hours in advance.

Holocaust Gallery Exhibit, “Fierce Females: Holocaust Heroes”

June 12 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

An exhibition of original 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.

Exhibit made possible by Linda Stein, an activist visual artist, writer, lecturer, performer, and videographer working in Manhattan NY, Cambridge MA and East Hampton NY. She is Founding President of the non-profit Have Art: Will Travel! Inc (HAWT) for Courageous Kindness, addressing bullying and diversity.

The gallery will be open Tuesdays 1-4, Thursdays 4-8, Sunday 1-4 and on request.

Please email holocaust.center@wagner.edu 24 hours in advance.

Holocaust Gallery Exhibit, “Fierce Females: Holocaust Heroes”

June 14 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

An exhibition of original 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.

Exhibit made possible by Linda Stein, an activist visual artist, writer, lecturer, performer, and videographer working in Manhattan NY, Cambridge MA and East Hampton NY. She is Founding President of the non-profit Have Art: Will Travel! Inc (HAWT) for Courageous Kindness, addressing bullying and diversity.

The gallery will be open Tuesdays 1-4, Thursdays 4-8, Sunday 1-4 and on request.

Please email holocaust.center@wagner.edu 24 hours in advance.

Holocaust Gallery Exhibit, “Fierce Females: Holocaust Heroes”

June 16 @ 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm

An exhibition of original 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.

Exhibit made possible by Linda Stein, an activist visual artist, writer, lecturer, performer, and videographer working in Manhattan NY, Cambridge MA and East Hampton NY. She is Founding President of the non-profit Have Art: Will Travel! Inc (HAWT) for Courageous Kindness, addressing bullying and diversity.

The gallery will be open Tuesdays 1-4, Thursdays 4-8, Sunday 1-4 and on request.

Please email holocaust.center@wagner.edu 24 hours in advance.

Holocaust Gallery Exhibit, “Fierce Females: Holocaust Heroes”

June 19 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

An exhibition of original 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.

Exhibit made possible by Linda Stein, an activist visual artist, writer, lecturer, performer, and videographer working in Manhattan NY, Cambridge MA and East Hampton NY. She is Founding President of the non-profit Have Art: Will Travel! Inc (HAWT) for Courageous Kindness, addressing bullying and diversity.

The gallery will be open Tuesdays 1-4, Thursdays 4-8, Sunday 1-4 and on request.

Please email holocaust.center@wagner.edu 24 hours in advance.

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