Pro Humanitate of the Day

Pro Humanitate isn’t just old Latin words – those words mean something to Wake Foresters.  “For humanity” is our charge to learn what we can here – in the classroom and out – and to do something with that knowledge for the good of humanity.

Volunteer service is one of the many ways Pro Humanitate is lived out on our campus.  And each fall, Campus Kitchen runs Turkeypalooza, which brings Thanksgiving meals to those in need in our community.

— by Betsy Chapman
Wake Forest students cook and deliver Thanksgiving meals during the annual Turkeypalooza event held by the volunteer organization Campus Kitchen on Thursday, November 19, 2015. Hailey Estes ('16) takes the finished turkey breasts out of the roasting pans.

Wake Forest students cook and deliver Thanksgiving meals during the annual Turkeypalooza event held by the volunteer organization Campus Kitchen on Thursday, November 19, 2015. Hailey Estes (’16) takes the finished turkey breasts out of the roasting pans.

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