The Wagner Union is the center of student life on campus, and a very important part of a student's daily experience at Wagner. The Union houses the Bookstore, which provides both books and student supplies, Wagner paraphernalia and greeting cards—almost everything students need throughout the semester. Next to the Bookstore is the Art Gallery, which displays work of local and regional artists as well as art and photography by students and faculty. Also located in the Union are the Center for Academic and Career Engagement, Center for Intercultural Advancement, and other Campus Life offices. These facilities serve vital roles in students' academic careers at Wagner, providing support services, assistance in career planning and job searches, and playing an integral role in the First Year Program.
Join Wagner Hillel for its first of four Shabbat dinners planned for this semester, this one observing the Festival of Trees (Tu B'shvat). We will be serving 15 fruits and vegetables including spinach quiche, pasta primavera, pomegranate salad and apple tart. Students, faculty and and staff of all faiths who are interested in learning about Jewish traditions are welcome. Our next Shabbat dinner is scheduled for Friday, March 3, with a Purim/Masquerade theme. To get involved, reach out to Hillel President Molly Nemirow at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Join community leaders for a tour of the Holocaust Center, led by Dr. Lori Weintrob.
During this ceremony we will recognize those community members that lead by example.
2023 Honorees: Mendy Mirocznik, President COJO; Aur Torah Sephardic Minyan; Bari's Pizza Pasta (Krenar and Skelzen Fazlija); Zara Cafe and Grill (Ramazan Avci); Hasan Ibrahim (Wagner College Bio-Psychology major, co-President of the Muslim Student Association); Dr. Beqir Ardolic, Executive Director, Staten Island University Hospital; Central Family Life Center (Dr. Demetrius Carolina); Rev. Clement James, Jr., Dir. of Faith-based Outreach Office of Governor Cuomo; Patrol Borough Staten Island Frank Vega; Project Hospitality and Rev. Terry Troia.
Founded in 2003, this is the 20th anniversary of Community Days.
The Nicolais School of Business will celebrate students receiving their MBA.