Professor E. Thomas Henkel oversees a student conducting an experiment with an electromagnet in the Main Hall physics lab. The following fall, this lab was relocated to Megerle Hall, the new home for the science departments. The photo was taken by Leigh Ramsay '69, who graduated with a bachelor's degree in physics. As Main Hall (previously known as the Ad Building) undergoes renovations this fall, we are preparing a Wagner Magazine feature on its place in campus history. Please share your Main Hall photos and memories by contacting Laura Barlament, Editor, Wagner Magazine, at the Communications Office, One Campus Road, Staten Island, New York 10301; 718-390-3147; or email@example.com.
Joan Giordano ’60: Color, Form, and Texture
Joan Baldassano Giordano ’60 is a visual artist who combines painting and sculpting, using media ranging from bamboo to wax.
What’s Inside: The Triathlon Team
What are the components of a triathlon? Learn from the top Seahawk finisher at the 2018 USA Triathlon Collegiate National Championship.
The Wagner Antiques Roadshow recalled many aspects of College history and culture.
Where She Found Her Stride
One of the first female ‘Wagnerian’ editors, Joan Bansemer Ehren ’53, gives back to the College.