Events

Wednesday, February 28

Exhibit: Poets and Publishers of the Black Arts Movement

The 1960s and 70s saw a flowering of African-American poetry unprecedented in American literary history. The poets of the Black Arts Movement fused artistic...

All the King's Men: Status and Power in Africa

Ornate tools of war and visually striking regalia are some of the objects on display that demonstrate how masculinity is emphasized in traditional African...

Shekere

Drums from Africa are so iconic that they are often used to represent musical traditions from across the continent. However, Africa is home to many...

Wooden Headrest

How do you get a good night's sleep? Everybody sleeps, but not all cultures have the same idea of how to sleep. Headrests are solid neck supports used to...

Chinese Bride's Cup

Steeped in ancient traditions, tea is consumed all over the world embodying unique characteristics within different cultures. Mindfulness is the practice of...

Words, Music Memory: Re(presenting) Voices of the Holocaust

Commemoration is a process that involves witness, preservation, interpretation, and performance. This process calls upon human creativity, commitment,...

Virtual Wavelengths: Glenn Gass

Wake Forest University Department of Music welcomes scholar Glenn Gass as part of our Virtual Wavelengths virtual speaker series. This event is free and...

11am
Virtual Event
APALSA Study Hall

The purpose of APALSA study hall is to help foster community among APALSA members without adding to everyone’s busy schedule. Feel free to use APALSA Study...

School of Business

In a world drowning in data, creating impactful charts is a skill that every profession needs - but gaps exist in understanding the basic best practices....

12pm
Virtual Event
Girl Scout Mock Trial Info Session

An information session for those wanting to assist with Girl Scout Mock Trial this semester. Pro Bono hours available!

Maintaining Engagement: In-Person Offering

We know that transformative learning is most likely to occur when students are actively engaged. In this workshop, offered on two different dates in two...

Police Leadership in the Triad

Join the Society for Criminal Justice Reform for our Spring Semester Panel moderated by Judge Denise Hartsfield! We will host Sheriff Bobby Kimbrough of...

Let's Talk: Snacks and Conversation with the UCC

Stop by the Intercultural Center on February 7th and 28th from 1-2pm for an informal conversation with University Counseling Center staff!

Wake Forest Visits UNC-Greensboro: Spring 2024 Career Fair

At the School of Business, our mission is to shape the whole person. We help businesses create a better world through developing passionate, ethical business...

Grad Student Crafternoon at WakerSpace

Come take a break from mid-semester stress and get creative at WakerSpace! Join the Graduate School of Arts & Sciences for FREE pizza and snacks, meet...

Black Campus Ministry Small Group Bible Study - InterVarsity

Join Black Campus Ministries (BCM) for a weekly bible study with other black students from Wake BCM is a safe community for black students to connect,...

Screening & Discussion: Q Ball

The Documentary Film Program at Wake Forest University and Get in the Game, invite you to a special film screening of the powerful sports documentary Q Ball....

French film: Trop noire pour être française?

In this documentary film, Isabelle Boni-Claverie explores the role of race and the persistence of racism in France, as well as the impact of the French...

Wednesday, February 28