Yesterday was gray. All. Day. And this morning is starting out the same way. From my perch in the University Services Building on the northeast side of campus, there was so much fog early that I could not see the top of Wait Chapel, or see the orange and white flag that’s at the top of the crane that is building Farrell Hall. The fog is starting to burn off now, and thankfully I see some sun. At last.
Women’s sorority recruitment is beginning, and there will be laughter and excitement and tears and drama. For parents and family members of girls going through that process, it can be a joyful and tumultuous time. One of my very, very fine colleagues in the area of Campus Life has a vast network of women on campus that our young women can turn to in the event they are having an unhappy recruitment experience and drop out of the process, or are not successfully placed. If your student wants to be paired up with another fine Wake Forest Woman to talk to, please email our office at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can connect your daughter to a sympathetic ear. This offer is good not just for recruitment week, by the way, but for any time in the coming weeks. So if you need us, let us know.
In other random notes from campus, here are some things I noticed yesterday as I went to and from meetings on various points of campus.
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