Camino Bakery!!!!!

This morning we got word of a fantastic addition to the ZSR for the fall. Camino Bakery, which is a downtown coffeeshop and bakery that is a favorite of locals (especially my family!), will now be the official coffee purveyor of the ZSR Library. Here are a couple of excerpts from the announcement:

The bakery will serve specialty coffees, pastries, scones, muffins and bagels, as well as a variety of lunch items and desserts. Vegan and gluten-free options will be available.

The location will be open the same hours as the former Starbucks (with some modifications to align with Wake Forest’s reopening plans for the Fall 2020 semester) and employ the same staff. Camino Bakery will accept all methods of payment including Food Dollars, Old Golds and Deacon Dollars. Pre-ordering for pick up will be available.

This is great news all around, particularly about employing the same staff. Camino Bakery is delicious. Pre-COVID, my family would go there every Sunday, and I can vouch for most of the foods on their menu as being totally fab.

Today our first year students got a detailed message about course registration; read it here. Encourage your ’24 Deacs to go through all the information in this email, as well as in the Registration section of the New Students website. As a reminder, all emails that are going to our Class of 2024 are archived here, so you can see anything your Deac might have missed.

Because the volume of inquiries right now is so high across departments, it is extremely helpful to us if students (or parents and families) will first read the information that is available to them at newstudents.wfu.eduourwayforward.wfu.edu (and the communications page with all emails), the Residence Life and Housing fall FAQ, etc. before contacting administrative offices (students) or the Call Center (families). We are trying to make sure staff time is used to address concerns that are very specific to a student’s situation, not something general if that info has already been shared. Thank you for your understanding.

 

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

 

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