Red, white, and blue at WFU

Tomorrow is the 4th of July, and we’ll be off for the holiday. So for today’s Daily Deac, I’m bringing you a little bit of red, white, and blue from WFU, and some fireworks.

Wake Forest University Presidential Debate, October 11, 2000 -- Students roll the quad red, white, and blue after the debate is over.A little explanation needed on this first picture. This is from the Presidential Debate in 2000, which was held in Wait Chapel. One of the ways the students celebrated after the event was they rolled the Quad with red and blue streamers, in addition to the normal white toilet paper. It made for a very festive Quad.

Have a safe and happy 4th, Daily Deacdom!

Wake Forest celebrates Homecoming at BB&T Field with a football game against Navy on Saturday, October 9, 2010. The Deacons celebrate each score with fireworks.

Wake Forest freshmen Hope Davis (in red), Lauren Krahnert (in blue), and Ally Landuyt (in white), share a suite together in Luter Residence Hall. They are hanging out outside the residence on Tuesday, April 28, 2009.

Wake Forest University hosts a dedication ceremony for the newly renovated Reynolds Gym and the Sutton Center, as the Wake Forest Wellbeing Center, on Thursday, April 26, 2018.

Fireworks from the Wake Will campaign kickoff

 

 

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