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Children will be invited to play games and do arts and crafts on the Oval along side Wagner students.
This event is to encapsulate the small victories, the struggles, and the truth behind being a college student of color, as well as to enlighten and compel the community with a night full of experiences from being a person of color to LGBTQA.
You will also have the opportunity to meet members of the Alma/Latinx Club and find out information about joining for Fall 2019.
Come play Trivia @ Coffeehouse and win a Gift Card!!
The Center for Leadership and Community Engagement will host a relaxing yoga/meditation session on the Foundation Hall lawn, with a discussion of the mental health benefits of each.
The History Department will honor their graduating seniors and new members will be inducted into the Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society.
Join the Women's Professional Network for their semi-annual alumnae breakfast on Wednesday, August 21 at 7:30 a.m. at The Smith in Midtown Manhattan.
This is a great opportunity to meet other Wagner alumnae, network and hear about all the exciting things Wagner's Women Professional Network is working on in the new year.
The Smith Midtown
956 Second Avenue (at 51st Street)
New York, NY
Omar G. Encarnación, is a professor of political studies at Bard College and author of Out in the Periphery: Latin America’s Gay Rights Revolution. His research focuses on the causes and consequences of transitions to democracy, the role of civil society in the process of democratization, and the policy choices that new democracies make to cope with a difficult and painful past. Encarnación received his Ph.D. from the department of politics of Princeton University and taught at Sarah Lawrence College prior to coming to Bard.
Event is sponsored by Campus Life, Intercultural Advancement and the Iris Alliance.