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Friday, January 31

Motherwell: product. placement.

This exhibition will focus on the collages and collage-prints of Robert Motherwell which employ the material and visual elements of product packaging and...

Wake Forest Law Review Symposium: Bail Reform

Join the Wake Forest Law Review for its annual symposium on January 31, 2020 at Wake Forest School of Law. This year’s symposium will shed light on the...

Exhibit: Books, Authors, and Readers in 18th Century England

An exhibit of materials from the Z. Smith Reynolds Library Rare Books Collection, designed by students from Dr. Jessica Richard’s Fall 2019...

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...

Cultures, Contexts, & Collectors

Every object has a story. Their stories become entwined with people as they are bought, sold, forgotten, found, or passed along. The objects in this exhibit...

Outbreak: Epidemics in a Connected World

Our world is connected more than ever before by global travel and trade, by technology—and by our microbes. Explore the connections between human, animal,...

Real • Symbolic • Imaginary

The students of Professor LeighAnn Hallberg's Fall 2019 Intermediate Drawing Class have created works responding to Post-Structuralist Jacques Lacan’s...

The Ohio Foundation of Independent Colleges Career Fair   (MSM, MSA, MSBA)

Come out and meet Susie Lange, Assistant Director of Enrollment Management, to learn more about our leading programs and the application process. The Wake...

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...

Cristin Tierney

Initmate event for students to interact with Cristin and ask professional questions.

Jesmyn Ward Reading Groups: Sing, Unburied, Sing

Ahead of Jesmyn Ward's reading in Brendle Hall on Feb. 6, students, faculty, and staff are invited to participate in reading groups to discuss her novel...

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...

Faculty Lecture: Louis Goldstein -  Morton Feldman and the Shape of Time

Please join Dr. Goldstein as he presents a lecture on Morton Feldman, a major figuire in 20th-century music..

Friday, January 31