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We Found Our Voice By Laura Barlament
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Founded as a Lutheran institution, Wagner College has a powerful choral tradition of more than 80 years. This book traces Wagner choir history from the 1930s to the present. Besides the historical... More > narrative, it features 18 reflections by choir alumni of all generations, who describe in their own words what the Wagner College Choir meant to them. Rich in photographs and archival materials, this history brings the Wagner College Choir story to life. “The story line … [shows] how successive generations of students continued to collaborate towards the greater good and an other-centered communication through many traditions of songs. In Laura Barlament’s capable hands, what might have become as mundane as a travelogue on singing reads more like the Meistersingers’ journey.” — Richard Steen, Wagner College Choir Director, 1979–81. VIEW THE ENTIRE BOOK ONLINE AT< Less
Janice Buddensick: Remembrance By Wagner College
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Remembrances of Janet Buddensick by her colleagues and friends at Wagner College
Wagner Literary Magazine By Willard Maas
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From 1958 to 1964, English professor Willard Maas served as the faculty editor of Wagner College's literary magazine, previously and thereafter known as Nimbus but renamed during Maas's editorship as... More > WAGNER LITERARY MAGAZINE. This single volume contains complete facsimiles of all four issues of Maas's Wagner Literary Magazine, plus a 1963 literary supplement, X by X. An extensive introduction explains how the magazine was put together and the impact it had -- and a profile of Willard Maas, reprinted from the Fall 2013 issue of Wagner Magazine, examines the rumor that Professor Maas and his wife were the inspiration for the characters of George and Martha in Edward Albee's landmark drama, "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" (Spoiler alert: They were!)< Less
Founding Faces & Places By Lee Manchester
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FOUNDING FACES & PLACES: AN ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF WAGNER MEMORIAL LUTHERAN COLLEGE, 1869-1930 is a book of archival photos and interpretive material prepared to accompany an exhibition shown in... More > the Horrmann Library’s Spotlight Gallery from September 12 through October 15, 2008, in observance of the 125th anniversary of the founding of Wagner College in 1883. It covers the period beginning in 1869, during Wagner’s “prehistory,” and runs through the last major building project to be started before the Great Depression: Main Hall, our Collegiate Gothic architectural signature, which recently underwent a complete exterior renovation.< Less
Wagner College: Four Histories By Lee Manchester
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WAGNER COLLEGE: FOUR HISTORIES is the first book-length history of Wagner College, published in conjunction with the school's 125th anniversary in 2008. It contains historical essays by four authors... More > (hence, the title) who presented their work at a forum on September 12, 2008. It was revised in November 2008, and again in February 2009, to incorporate newly discovered information about the college's founders. It was revised in May 2011 to show more detailed information on the tenures of two presidents.< Less