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Wednesday, September 19

Tandem: Lori & Royce Weatherly

While Royce and I are individual artists, parents, and alumni of Wake Forest University, this show is very much about painting. Painting offers parameters...

Faith: Five World Religions

Religion, belief, and faith are very personal and complex topics that affect the lives of people around the world and in North Carolina every day. This new...

Human Evolution: Hot Topics in Paleoanthropology

Our ancient ancestors first diverged from other primates around 7 million years ago. This student-curated exhibit features fossil models, images, and...

Japan through the Photographer's Lens

Japan is often seen as a high-tech society and an economic leader in industry and manufacturing. Though true, Japan is also a society that reflects on its...

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...

Stories of Humanity: Anthropology in North Carolina

Anthropology is the study of humans. It is a big topic, including everything from basic biology to complex cultures. The topic is so vast that...

Global Foods Tabling Stations. The "PIT"

A different delicious cultural or religious food every other Wednesday in the PIT! The WFU Global Food Committee is a resource that brings together WFU...

Career Advising Event:  Volunteering for the Peace Corps

Returned Peace Corps Volunteer and Wake Forest Physics Alum Billy Nicholson and Returned Peace Corps Volunteer and Wake Forest Physics Professor Dany...

"Optical corral using a standing-wave Bessel beam"

Professor Keith Bonin, WFU Department of Physics and Associate Provost of Research and Scholarly Activities will present this seminar. Refreshments will...

The World That Food Made with Raj Patel

Join the Office of Sustainability for a keynote lecture by writer, activist and academic, Raj Patel, on "The World That Food Made." The modern world had the...

Wednesday, September 19