In this Issue:

  • Weekly message for P’28s, and ’28 email
  • Mold and mildew prevention email for resident students in summer school
  • WFU in the News, June 3-9

Happy Tuesday, Deac families. Technically it is not summer yet, but Mother Nature did not get that memo: we are in for a warm couple of weeks, as you can see below.

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This feels more like July weather than June weather to me. For those with Deacs in summer school, remind them to stay hydrated 🙂

Weekly message for P’28s, and ’28 email

Every Tuesday, I send a message to our incoming P’28 families about a topic of interest. This week’s message is about Safety and After Hours Help, topics I know I have interest in as a college parent! While the message is geared to P’28s, any parent or family member interested in safety might want to read it.

Yesterday, our ’28s received this message from the Office of Orientation, New Student and Transition Programs. You can see all emails to ’28s here.

Mold and mildew prevention email for resident students in summer school

The Office of Residence Life and Housing sent this message about mold and mildew prevention and fire safety to students living on campus during summer school.

WFU in the News, June 3-9

For those of you who enjoy seeing where Wake Forest people are cited in the news, we have the most recent edition of WFU in the News, June 3-9. Two of the headlines that caught my eye were “What happened when a Wake Forest professor bought a gun?” (note: this is a story about how gun ownership changed a faculty member’s scholarly interests; it’s not a sad story) and “6 books that explain the history and meaning of Juneteenth” – but there are plenty of other stories that might interest you.

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