Special Places on Campus

Wake Forest is arguably one of the prettiest campuses in the country, and there are many special places on campus. Here’s a sampling of some of the places that provide great beauty, a quiet …

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Hit the Bricks

Here are a couple of shots from the Quad this morning.  Hit the Bricks is set up, and yesterday they held the time trials.  Congratulations to our “1 Minute Club” runners!

Let’s hope the …

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A Must See During Family Weekend - Ed Wilson

If you are coming to campus for Family Weekend, there is an event you should not miss. On Saturday morning at 9:30 a.m. in Pugh Auditorium, there is a session on the History of Wake Forest by Ed …

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Hit the Bricks

Hit the Bricks is one of the campus’ finest traditions. It’s a service event that the entire campus embraces as part of our commitment to serving humanity – running laps on the Quad (Hearn Plaza) …

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Family Weekend

All across the country – and maybe even the world – parents are preparing to come to Wake Forest for Family Weekend. And while the weather today is unpleasant (rainy and cooler), the forecast for …

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The Evolution of the Demon Deacon

Today’s Old Gold and Black has an article on the Evolution of the Demon Deacon mascot:

“The white-haired gent with a fierce snarl, gold and black top-hat, and butt-like chin has been a …

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College Rivalries

Yesterday I had lunch with a group of students (largely freshmen and sophomores) and we discussed everything from the weather to campus life to the differences in dorms. These were all terrific …

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Dixie Classic Fair

With the official arrival of fall, the calendar turns to an annual event that is beloved by the local community and students alike – the Dixie Classic Fair.  The fair features rides, animals, …

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Where in the World Are Wake Foresters?

There is a great new map on the Center for International Studies page that shows a map of the world and all the places where Wake Foresters study abroad.  On the page, scroll down to where it …

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Former CEO Teaches Business Students

Yesterday I had the privilege of attending a seminar on leadership, which was led by John Allison, Distinguished Professor of Practice in the School of Business and former CEO of BB&T …

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