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Friday, April 6

Allowed: a Look at Refugee Disposition in South Africa

Allowed: a Look at Refugee Disposition in South Africa is a solo exhibition of photographs by Zack Chan curated by Delaney Broderick for START.dt. Chan...

Annual Benefits Enrollment

Annual Benefits Enrollment for benefits-eligible faculty and staff and individuals eligible for ACA medical coverage will take place April 2-9. You will...

Frame of Reference

Frame of Reference is a joint exhibition comprising drawings and sculptures by Robert Link and an installation by Caroline LeDuc (entitled We Attend to Each...

Still I Rise: Selected Items from the Dr. Maya Angelou Collection

Still I Rise: Selected Items from the Dr. Maya Angelou Collection Table Top Exhibit Cases, Special Collections & Archives Room 625, ZSR Library

Rights & Resources: Using Human Rights to Protect Natural Resources

The Wake Forest Law Review's Spring symposium, Rights & Resources: Using Human Rights to Protect Natural Resources, will bring together environmental and...

17th Biennial Wake Forest University Argumentation Conference

The Biennial Wake Forest Argumentation Conference began in November 1982, with a one-day conference on the Wake Forest University campus. After again...

Quality Circle

In this seminar participants will learn how to put their federal, state, foundation, and corporate proposals through a quality circle before...

Frederic Church: A Painter's Pilgrimage

Frederic Church: A Painter’s Pilgrimage, organized by the Detroit Institute of Arts, features more than fifty paintings and studies that Church completed...

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...

Mother Goddess: Fertility Figures of the Ancient Mediterranean

Childbirth was a magical and religious act for ancient cultures of the Mediterranean. Necessary for life, but also dangerous, it was a time in women’s lives...

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...

Answers to Turf Questions

This class is appropriate for anyone interested in learning how to create a lush, green lawn in the spring. The Facilities Landscape team will help...

A Free Lunch and Discussion with Wake Forest School of Law

We are hosting focus group sessions with our undergraduates, so we can learn how to improve our communication. Join us for a free pizza lunch from 12 p.m. -...

Taste of Reynolda

Each year, more than 500 Wake Forest University students, faculty, and staff come together celebrate the Reynolda Historic District with delicious free...

Asian Heritage Month: Taste of Asia

Taste of Asia is a 6-day event during the first week of April and April 14th for Asian Heritage Month. Each day will feature a food or dessert from an Asian...

Workshop: Introduction to Text Analysis with R

Lingistics Speaker Series: Dr. David West Brown (Marymount University) Introduction to Text Analysis with R This is a hands-on workshop for anyone...

Spring Awakening

Spring Awakening Book and Lyrics by Steven Sater. Music by Duncan Sheik. Based on the play by Frank Wedekind Directed by Sharon Andrews April 6-7 &...

"More Barn" Concert Series: Wild Ponies

Although they are based in Nashville, Wild Ponies have always looked to Southwest Virginia - where bandmates Doug and Talisha Williams were both born and...

Friday, April 6