Friday, March 30, 2018

Coach Nick Gaffey

Lake Brantley

Denver Poseidon Sherman

Throwback - 2013

The Amazing Carolina Silva

This Pines Charter & Wagner College alumna is one of South Florida's biggest role model for our girls & women.

"A year ago the Fearless Girl was installed for International Women's Day. The statue states, “Know the power of women in leadership. SHE makes a difference.” As a diverse woman working on Wall Street I have made it my mission to bring women together and hope to put my community in a stronger financial position. Beyond grateful for the opportunities I have had to bring groups of phenomenal women together through my own women and wealth seminars."
- Carolina Silva

Wagner Alumni Women’s Professional Network 

“How does it impact our imagination that so many places in so many cities are named after men and so few women? 

What kind of landscape do we move through when streets and parks and statues and bridges and even rivers are gendered - Astor Place, Lafayette Street, Madison Avenue, Lincoln Center, Washington Square, the Frick, Rockefeller Center, Penn Station, the Bronx, the Hudson - and it’s usually one gender, and not another? 

What kind of silence arises in places that so seldom speak of and to women?

This map was made to sign the praises of the extraordinary women who have, since the beginning, been shapers and heroes of this city that have always been, secretly, a City of Women. 

And why not the subway? 

This is a history still emerging from the underground, a reminder that it’s all connected, and that we get around.” 
- Rebecca Solnit 

"I received this amazing work of art - City of Women by Rebecca Solnit - as a gift from a good friend of mine. I hope you all enjoy it as much as I did!"
- Carolina Silva

Set To Be Honored

Join us as we celebrate Women Who Inspire at our inaugural ceremony on March 21 at 6pm in the Faculty Dining Room. This year we celebrate Dr. Edna Aurelus (Faculty), Desiree Braithwaite (Administration), Gloria Malchiodi (Staff), Cynedra Osinaike '18 (Student) and Carolina Silva '16 (Alumna) for their valued contributions to the Wagner College community. In addition to these brilliant leaders we will also hear from Prosecutor Esther Suarez, the Prosecuting Attorney for Hudson County in New Jersey and the first Latina to ever hold this office. This event is sponsored by the Women of Color Dialogue Circle, for more information contact Letty Romero at 718-390-3423

Pembroke Pines Charter / 2012

Wagner College / 2015


 Lena Kotanchyan (So., Moscow, Russia/Elk Island School) of No. 12-ranked Hartwick College
tallied 13 goals, five assists, eight steals and six drawn exclusions in a 4-1 week for the Hawks on the West Coast to record notice as the March 26 Collegiate Water Polo Association (CWPA) Division I Player of the Week.
She opened the week on Saturday, March 24, with three goals, an assist and four drawn exclusions in a 12-11 sudden death overtime defeat of No. 19 California State University-Northridge.  Following a 24-14 win versus Division III No. 9 Occidental College, Kotanchyan posted four goals with an assist in a 15-7 loss to No. 4 University of California-Los Angeles. 
On Sunday, March 25, she recorded two goals, three assists, two steals and two drawn exclusions in a 16-7 defeat of Division III No. 2 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Colleges prior to wrapping up the weekend with four goals and three steals in a 10-8 victory over Division III No. 1 Pomona-Pitzer Colleges.
A four-time Rookie of the Week selection after earning recognition on February 6, March 6, April 17 and May 1 in 2017, she claimed the February 5 Player and March 12 co-Player of the Week awards earlier this season to now stand with seven weekly nods from the league office.
March 26 CWPA Division I Player of the Week Honor Roll: Jessica Heilman (Brown University); Ally Furano (Bucknell University); Kristen Hong (Harvard University); Haley Wan (Princeton University); Marialena Seletopoulou (Saint Francis University)

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Thursday, March 29, 2018