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Thursday, December 5

Let it Show!

Join us for the Opening Reception on Dec. 3rd, 5-7pm! Let it Show! is a celebratory exhibition at stArt gallery at the end of every fall semester. The show...

Leyendecker and the Golden Age of American Illustration

One of the most prolific and sought-after artists of the golden age of American illustration, Joseph Christian Leyendecker captivated the public with...

Draft Your Future and Apply Here

The Office of Residence Life and Housing believes the Resident Adviser (RA) position is the premier leadership position on our campus and we are looking for...

peter campus: video ergo sum

peter campus’ contributions as a pioneer of video art have not been reflected in a larger awareness of his work. This is due in part to the technical...

Laser Cutter/Etcher Workshop

Join us at the WakerSpace for an introductory course where you'll learn how to use a Boss Laser cutter/etcher. You will receive safety training for the laser...

TIAA One on One Advice Sessions

TIAA One-on-One Advice Sessions TIAA will be on campus for individual 30-minute consultations to discuss your retirement planning. Schedule an advice...

50 Years of Caged Bird: An Exhibit

In celebration of the 50th Anniversary of Dr. Maya Angelou’s autobiography, "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings", Special Collections & Archives will host an...

Walk-In Clinic

To better meet the needs of our students, the University Counseling Center will be migrating to walk-in clinic hours for initial visits, beginning October...

Exhibit: Horses and the Human Experience

Over thousands of years, humans and horses have developed a unique partnership. Horses rely on humans for care, feeding, and protection. Humans rely on...

Life after Death: The Day of the Dead in Mexico

The MOA’s annual exhibit celebrates the unique Mexican observance of the Day of the Dead. The exhibit’s centerpiece is a traditional ofrenda, an altar with...

Un-Writing World History

Artifacts, the objects humans make and use, are important sources for better understanding world history. Every person who ever lived has used objects, and...

iLab 103:  Barriers to Inclusion

While iLab 101 and 102 help participants focus on developing cultural self-awareness and understanding their own identities and cultural learnings, iLab 103...

Community Worship

» View the full schedule. We study. We teach. We learn together. We also worship together. Weekly chapel services at the School of Divinity give students,...

Lunch and Learn with Gil Hersch

Well-Being Coherentism Philosophers of well-being have tended to adopt a foundationalist approach to the question of theory and measurement, according to...

Walk-In Clinic

To better meet the needs of our students, the University Counseling Center will be migrating to walk-in clinic hours for initial visits, beginning October...

What's in the Gumbo: Consuming Black Practices for Spiritual Well-being.

The Office of the Chaplain presents: An evening of exploring and consuming both Black and African traditional practices for spiritual well-being. We will...

"What Knowing Might Mean" - Performable Case Study

A performable case study (PCS) exploring the challenges that anti-vaccine perspectives (known within that cohort as "vaccine hesitancy") can have within a...

Online MSBA Student Panel Webinar

Join us for an informative Webinar with current students of Wake Forest's Online Master of Science in Business Analytics program for working...

Holiday Choral Concert

This winter's Holiday Choral Concert will feature choral anthems and traditional music for the season. Performing on the program will be the Wake Forest...

Thursday, December 5