Join Co-Curricular Programs for Zumba class! We'll be meeting every Tuesday from 6:30pm-7:30pm in the Aerobics Studio in the gym. See you there!
The First Year Residential Experience or (FYRE) will be throwing a Halloween Costume Party for all First Year Students to attend. This will offer First Year Students the opportunity to interact and grow socially through a positive safe environment.
Project Sunshine will be selling baked goods to raise funds for Project Sunshine
Let's face it – retirement can come with a hefty price tag. In fact, retirement is one of the most expensive financial events that you will encounter in your lifetime. That's why we're pleased to offer MetLife's Get Retirement Ready. This complimentary 60 minute workshop will help you prepare for the important decisions you may encounter as you approach retirement such as:
• How to identify and know your sources of retirement income
• The “ins and outs” of Social Security and Medicare
• How to anticipate healthcare expenses and plan accordingly
• The importance of reviewing insurance needs and reducing personal debt
This complimentary workshop will be held on October 26, 2016. There will be two sessions on 10/26 @ 12pm & 1pm.
Take this important step. Register today. Sign up online. If prompted for company name, enter Wagner College. Or call 1-866-801-3547. You'll be glad you decided to attend.
Join art history professor Sarah Scott for this Faculty Forum presentation: From the earliest evidence of human settlement through to the middle of the 3rd millennium BCE, the function of seal imagery in Mesopotamia changed dramatically, while the images themselves maintain a surprising consistency. The earliest seal images were designed to express a relationship between humans and the natural world around them, while later seal imagery was intended to communicate information essential to the early city-state economy. In this presentation, Sarah will chart this process of image change, highlighting a few examples ofglyptic art as well as monumental objects of sculpture and accounting artifacts from ancient Mesopotamia. Objects from the early Neolithic site of Gobekli Tepe and Catal Hoyuk in Turkey, and third millennium BC sites of Ur and Fara will be discussed.
Wagner Campus Activities Board general member meeting to get more students involved with the campus's events.
Join Film Society as we screen two different horror films for the month of October! Our first screening will be voted on by our members and the second film will be curated by the Film Society Eboard. Check posters around campus to see what film will be playing! Lets get spoopy.