Winter white

We continue our pre-posted Daily Deacs with a look back at last December. We have not had any snow this year, but last December we got 8-10 inches during finals, which caused a heck of a lot of issues: academic, transportation, and more.

Still, even being a winter-hating Snow Crab (as my P’92 has dubbed me), I have to admit that Mother So Dear looks awfully good in winter white. Enjoy some of these scenic shots below.

Also a reminder for the spring semester – if we do have winter weather that might prompt a delay or a cancelling of classes, your Deacs will hear it in a number of ways (see below). We do not normally announce weather closings by broadcast email to families (that is out of the scope of our Parent/Family Communications philosophy), but there would be a banner on the main wfu.edu website and parents.wfu.edu for you to see.

Students, faculty and staff at Wake Forest will be informed of any weather-related campus closings and delays this winter by numerous means. Wake Forest Communications and External Relations will do the following:

— by Betsy Chapman, Ph.D. (’92, MA ’94)

Snow blankets Farrell Hall and the Wake Forest campus early on the morning of Wednesday, January 17, 2018. Snow falls on the Wale Forest campus, canceling the first day of classes on Wednesday, January 17, 2018. The Wake Forest campus is blanketed in a foot of snow during an early season storm on Sunday, December 9, 2018. The Wake Forest campus is blanketed in a foot of snow during an early season storm on Sunday, December 9, 2018. The Wake Forest campus is blanketed in a foot of snow during an early season storm on Sunday, December 9, 2018.

 

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