Dogs on campus – and Flu shots

I was talking to an administrator friend of mine the other day about how it seems like there is always someone walking a dog on campus, and frequently it is a student.  Not sure if these dogs are pets owned by seniors living off campus, or comfort animals, or what. But there is a lot of canine action happening, and our students definitely do not seem to mind.

So here’s a sampling of some of the 4-legged Deacs seen on campus in recent years.

Also very important – the upcoming flu season.  I got this today from the Student Health Service:

flu shot flyerThe Student Health Service has partnered with Maxim Healthcare to provide flu vaccines to students on October 3 from 12:00-7:00pm in 401 Benson.  This is a quadravalent vaccine.  The cost is $30 payable by cash, check.  Credit cards can be used by purchasing a voucher from the Benson ticket office.  Maxim also accepts insurance from the following companies:  Aetna, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Anthem BCBS, Sierra Health, Healthspring, Humana, Meridian Health, SummaCare, and Florida Blue.

Enjoy your weekend, my Deac families!

Wake Forest students enjoy a Rent a Puppy event on Manchester Plaza as they take a short study break on Tuesday, March 15, 2016. First year students Jay Thompson and Amy Lerro play with a young hound.New Wake Forest students move into their residence halls on Friday, August 26, 2016. Isabella Grana ('20) and her parents, Tino and Suzen, drove the work van down from New York City with their dog Gummy Bear.Wake Forest OPCD staff dog Deacon Blue poses for a portrait on Monday, August 28, 2017.Wake Forest junior Avriela 'Breezy' Bozik walks her dog, Remy, on Hearn Plaza (the Quad) to enjoy the warm early-March weather.Wake Forest senior Kate Konecny '06 walks her dog on the Quad.A Wake Forest student walks her dog with friends on Manchester Plaza as she enjoys a perfect early spring day.

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