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Tuesday, November 12

Graduate School of Arts & Sciences, 1-Year Degree Graduate Degree Option, Info Sessions!

November 6th and 12th, 6-8pm The Graduate School of Arts & Sciences will host two info sessions at the Porter Byrum Welcome Center. Come learn more about...

Headsup: Philip Morsberger Paintings

A strong spirit of the familial pervades Philip Morsberger’s work. The artist in many ways seems to have impishly conflated his own mythology and attendant...

Letterforming

Letterforming is a brief exploration of “how pictures became letters that became text, and are sometimes becoming pictures again.” It consists of a...

Aqua Blast (Water Fitness)

This is a shallow water class for all abilities and ages. This is a high intensity, low impact shallow water workout, which focuses on cardio conditioning,...

Hawthorne Hill Treasures: Objects from the Wake Forest Medical Historical Archives

This Special Collections & Archives exhibit, curated by Wake Forest Medical School archivist, Dianne Johnson, will give visitors an opportunity to see rare...

"Things Wondrous & Humble: American Still Life" Exhibition Opens

Explore both traditional and unexpected approaches to still life in this exhibition featuring some of the finest examples of still life from collections...

Creating: Quilts and Crafts of the Lakota

Twenty eye-dazzling quilts and 32 items of apparel and dance regalia made in traditional style by 20th-century Lakota artisans are on display in this...

Life After Death: The Day of the Dead in Mexico

MOA’s annual exhibit includes new information with sections about the celebration’s history and its unique folk art. The centerpiece is a traditional Mexican...

DAD & Dragon Dictation

Bring your mobile device (iPad, iPhone, or Android) and we'll download the Dragon Dictation app from iTunes. Next you'll practice dictating, editing and...

Faculty/ Staff Noontime Hoops- T/TR

Faculty/ Staff are invited to participate in "Noontime Hoops" sponsored by Campus Recreation. It is a longstanding tradition for Faculty/ Staff to gather in...

Reynolda in 1913

One hundred years ago, a few small family farms were about to be transformed into a beautiful country estate. At its heart were a newly built lake, a golf...

Faculty/ Staff Climb at the CRUX (climbing wall)

Come and join us for Faculty/ Staff Climb in the climbing wall, Reynolds Gym 331. Beginners welcome... No experience or equipment necessary.

Deacon Advancement Database:  Revenue Reporting

Learn how to run and interpret the following 'on-demand' reports, refreshed nightly, to get the latest information. WFU Pledge Details Report - view...

Bioethics All-Star Speaker Series

“Money Talk: The Challenges of Getting Clinicians and Patients to Discuss the Cost of Care” Peter Ubel, MD, Madge & Dennis T. McLawhorn University Professor...

Staff Rewards and Recognition Reception

Please join us for a reception to recognize Staff Employees of the Year and those who have reached service milestones at Wake Forest University. Event is...

LECTURE: Lakota Quilts in Lakota Culture and History: A Community-Based Perspective

This lecture will present nuanced community insights about the practice and meaning of Lakota quilting and quilts across generations. Oglala Lakota community...

String Chamber Music Concert

David Hagy and Dan Skidmore, coordinators. Student chamber ensembles perform.

South Hall Study Hall

Study Hall on Tuesday nights from 8-10pm, location posted in the lobby of South Hall (all semester long).

Tuesday Trivia

Come to Shorty's to test your knowledge!

Tuesday, November 12