Spring Break Fever

Slogging through midterms is no fun. And it had been so beautiful and warm at the start of the week, but yesterday and today have been cold by comparison (high 40s instead of the high 60s/low 70s we’d had). So your Deacs are probably more than ready for some fun times at Spring Break.

In honor of the upcoming week off, I took a peek in our photo archives for some of the fun, lighthearted times on campus. Maybe your Deacs will have some of these kinds of good times next week.

And if your student is comng home for break, expect to climb Laundry Mountain, have him/her sleep a lot more than you expect, and maybe eat you out of house and home 🙂  But I bet you will be REALLY happy to see your students!

— by Betsy Chapman
Wake Forest students enjoy the carnival on Davis Field, part of the annual Springfest celebration, on Wednesday, March 25, 2015.

Carnival on Davis Field

Wake Forest students, faculty, and staff attend the Arrive to Thrive event on Manchester Plaza on Tuesday, August 25, 2015. The event highlights different ways of maintaining an healthy lifestyle on campus. Rae-Ling Lee ('17) blows giant bubbles.

Thrive event on Manchester Plaza

Wake Forest students enjoy the carnival on Davis Field, part of the annual Springfest celebration, on Wednesday, March 25, 2015.

Carnival on Davis Field, part of the annual Springfest celebration

Wake Forest students enjoy painting outside on Davis Field, part of the first Campus Canvas event on Thursday, April 23, 2015. Vanessa Cancio ('16), foreground, and Emily Pariseau ('16) work on their paintings.

Campus Canvas event

Wake Forest students, faculty, and staff attend the Arrive to Thrive event on Manchester Plaza on Tuesday, August 25, 2015. The event highlights different ways of maintaining an healthy lifestyle on campus. Students play with a puppy from the Humane Society.

Thrive event on Manchester Plaza

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