Game Times 1pm and 3pm at the Lower Field.
Co-Curricular Programs presents, the annual Songfest competition! Student organizations dance & sing in an 8-10 minute performance that correlates to a different theme each year!
This year’s theme is …”Oh The Places You Will Go”. Come and cheer for your favorite group!
ResEd and Intramurals invite you to play Bubble Soccer!
At the Staten Island Museum at Snug Harbor (1000 Richmond Terrace, Bldg. A), join Wagner College history professor Brett Palfreyman for “Chekhov in Staten Island on Film,” a program of clips from an upcoming film, “The Black Monk,” based on the short story by Anton Chekhov and set on Staten Island. Palfreyman will explore the impact of tuberculosis on Chekhov and in the short story, as well as the history of tuberculosis on Staten Island. He will be joined in discussing the film by Hunter College Chekhov scholar Nadya Peterson and “Black Monk” filmmakers Marylou and Jerome Bongiorno. The program is free with admission to the Staten Island Museum.
Faculty Forum Topic Is Amitosis real? How cells divide presented by Zoltan Fulop.
Please join Exceeding the Expectations and Joseph DeRenzo, RN for a presentation on overcoming adversity. All are welcome. Refreshments will be served.