A peek behind the curtain – part 2

So yesterday I showed you the secrets at the top of Wait Chapel. Today you get to see some of the secrets beneath it.

Here are some students on a recent tour of the tunnel system below Wait Chapel, and the signatures of past visitors.

Reminder in case your Deacs are reading: going into the tunnels is prohibited unless you are on a special tour, as there are safety considerations.

EDITED TO ADD: this just in re: Commencement

With inclement weather potentially in the forecast on Monday, May 21, Wake Forest University commencement organizers encourage graduates and their families to pay special attention to the severe weather plan.

University leaders will continue to monitor conditions and will make every attempt to hold the commencement ceremony outside on Hearn Plaza. In the event of some rain, commencement exercises may still continue outdoors. Ponchos will be available for graduates, but guests are encouraged to bring their own rain gear and plan accordingly.

If weather predictions suggest a threat to safety or conditions that prevent us from holding commencement outside, the University will announce a move to the Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum on Sunday evening. Additional information is included in the severe weather plan.

Wake Forest Communications and External Relations

Wake Forest seniors tour the bell tower of Wait Chapel and the tunnels below, signing their names on the wall and taking photos.

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