Stuff Our Students Are Doing

A couple of audience-participation kinds of posts today. A couple of weeks ago, I got an email from a Deac mom who was justifiably proud of the philanthropic work our students are doing on campus. She mentioned that the Sigma Chi fraternity (along with several sororities), raised over $97,500 dollars in a week-long Derby Days event: “seems a remarkable example of Wake’s Pro Humanitate spirit!” So true. Here’s a snippet from a Sigma Chi email about the event (and some pics below):

“We are tremendously pleased to share with you the success of this year’s annual weeklong philanthropic event, Derby Days….[we raised a] total of $97,507!…In addition to the $26,824 donation Delta Nu has made to Brenner Children’s Hospital this year, we also have donated $23,243 from the funds raised to the Make-A-Wish Foundation with Chi Omega (2018 Derby Days Champion), $20,000 to the Huntsman Cancer Institute, $9,127 to the Special Olympics Organization with Kappa Beta Gamma (2018 Derby Days Runner-Up), and $2,197 to the Starkey Hearing Foundation with Delta Zeta (2018 Derby Days 3rd Place).”

I also heard from a Deac mom that the Wake Forest Christian girls a cappella group, Minor Variation, will be touring the Richmond, Virginia area. They will be performing at Third Church, 600 Forest Ave, Richmond, on Monday, May 14 at 7 pm. For any Richmond area Deacs who would like to hear our talented ladies, here’s your chance! I am told “the girls are thrilled to come to Richmond, and very excited to make connections in Richmond with our Wake Forest community!” Poster below.

Minor Variation concert poster

 

Derby Days fundraiser photos

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