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Tuesday, September 3

New Works in the John P. Anderson Student Collection 2019

Established in 1993, the John P. Anderson Collection of Student Art purchases student works as way to recognize the accomplishments of Wake Forest’s student...

peter campus: video ergo sum

peter campus’ contributions as a pioneer of video art have not been reflected in a larger awareness of his work. This is due in part to the technical...

Introduction to 3D Printing

In this workshop you will learn the basic principles of 3D printing. You will receive brief safety training as well as learn the basics of using our 3D...

Nutrition Counseling

Are you struggling with healthy eating or need help managing your diabetes, high blood pressure, or cholesterol? Registered Dietitian Christie Hunter will be...

The Book as Art Object: Local Artists Share Their Work

Books are familiar tools for providing readers with emotional comfort, intellectual content, and soaring inspiration, but are and can be so much more--as...

A House Divided: Tri-Racial Tensions at Historic Bethabara

Founded by Moravian immigrants in 1753, Historic Bethabara is remembered as the first European village in what would become Forsyth County, North Carolina. ...

Exhibit: Horses and the Human Experience

Over thousands of years, humans and horses have developed a unique partnership. Horses rely on humans for care, feeding, and protection. Humans rely on...

Community Worship

» View the full schedule. We study. We teach. We learn together. We also worship together. Weekly chapel services at the School of Divinity give students,...

Involvement Fair

Join our 150+ student organizations to explore the many opportunities for involvement on the WFU campus!

Auditions for The Crucible

The Crucible By Arthur Miller Directed by Sharon Andrews (andrews@wfu.edu) Auditions: Wednesday, September 3 from 4-7 pm & Thursday, September 4 from 6-9 pm...

BSU New Student Welcome!

Dinner and Worship Program with music and speaker to welcome incoming students. Follow the stairs that lead down in front of the Deacon Shop.

Tuesday, September 3