For those interested in a career in Health Services, come have coffee w/ a successful alumni who can answer your questions!
Leadership discussion with Andrea DeLoney, Wagner Alum, will engage audience in conversation of issues of equity and justice in soul-making process.
All are welcome to Weekly Mass at 12pm in the Knubel Chapel, Kairos House.
Mass will be led by Father Anthony DeLuca
CICA Presents...A series of dialogue-based panels, lectures, film screenings, and other creative mediums through which you will engage in critical conversations in a safe space with fellow students, faculty, staff, alumni and community members regarding intersections of identity, as well as national & international social justice issues of our time.
Lunch & Refreshments will be provided
Attend, Listen, Be Heard, Take Action
"True peace is not merely the absence of tension: it is the presence of justice." -Martin Luther King Jr.
Kunal Mehta is the author of DISRUPTORS (http://www.disruptorsbook.com/), a former investment banker, a former finance and strategy associate at charity: water (http://www.charitywater.org/) and the founder of a mobile application called Unfold (http://www.getunfold.com/).
Frank Loesser's most ambitious and romantic musical tells the heart-stopping story of unlikely love that blossoms in Napa Valley.
Book, Music and Lyrics by Frank Loesser
Based on "They Knew What They Wanted"
From the composer of Guys And Dolls comes this touching, dramatic and intensely personal love story. Your heart will be warmed by this May-December romance when a city bride is wooed by an aging Italian grape farmer who nearly botches everything until his true goodness shines through. With a gorgeous score and spirited dancing, it's a simple and touching love story that makes for an extraordinary night of theatre. Rated PG 2hr. 20min.
Call the Wagner College Theatre Box Office at 718-390-3259 for tickets.
Professor Sher presents the debut of the Wagner World Music String Ensemble!
This newly formed group will perform an eclectic program of music from the Renaissance Era, Appalachian Bluegrass Classics, Gypsy Jazz and Cuban "Son".
Wednesday, December 2nd @ 8pm in The Music Performance Center, Campus Hall
The Wagner Jazz Orchestra, under the direction of Professor Ben Sher, performs be-bop classics by Dizzy Gillespie and Horace Silver, Brazilian and Latin compositions by Tania Maria, and Professor Sher, and...a little Led Zeppelin!
Thursday, December 3rd @ 7:30pm, The Music Performance Center, Campus Hall