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Thursday, January 23

Campus Recreation Group Fitness Free Trial Period Jan. 21-31

Group Fitness classes begin Tuesday, January 21. Classes are free January 21- January 31. Over 30 classes a week including Faculty/Staff Yoga,...

Exploring Ethics Series - "Clinical Ethics at WFMBC:  Past & Present"

Dr. Frederick R. Kahl, Professor of Cardiology, WFBMC, will offer reflections on the history of clinical ethics activities at WFBMC, and describe challenges...

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...

Introduction to WordPress

WordPress is a web-based software program that anyone can use to create and update a blog and/or website. Many Wake Forest websites are built on a customized...

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...

Think Green Thursday

Test your knowledge of Wake Forest and Sustainability. Participants will be entered in a drawing to win a Wake Forest sustainability swag bag including a...

Tu b'shvat Tree Planting

Join Wake Forest Hillel, The Office of Sustainability and WFU Landscaping Services for the Tu b'shvat tree planting ceremony. Tu b'shvat is the Jewish...

Parallel Dreams: Looking at America's Civil Rights Movements

Nancy Aguillon, alumna and 2013 recipient of the WFU/WSSU Martin Luther King, Jr. Building the Dream Award, will discuss the different civil rights movements...

Parallel Dreams: Looking at America's Civil Rights Movements

Nancy Aguillon, alumna and 2013 recipient of the WFU/WSSU Martin Luther King, Jr. Building the Dream Award, will discuss the different civil rights movements...

TA and PostDoc Series: Active Learning: Why and How to Incorporate Active Learning into Your Classroom

All of the recent research into learning and how learning occurs, points to the effectiveness and necessity of actively engaging students in the classroom....

Christopher Freiman, Assist. Prof. of Philosophy, William & Mary

"An Argument for Open Borders" I argue that, all else equal, immigration restriction and deportation are prima facie wrongs of the same magnitude and for...

Summer Fellowship Workshop

The URECA Center encourages students with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher to apply for a scholarship to pursue scholarly activities during the summer of...

Wake Forest WBB vs. North Carolina

Calling Forsyth County Public Schools! Wake Forest women's basketball invites the Forsyth County Public school system to the big game vs. UNC! Students and...

Thursday, January 23