- Watch Wake Forest University’s Dance Company “Reflecting the Times”
- Watch a portion of the Strength, Resolve, and Legacy Event held last winter commemorating 50 years of African American women residents at Wake Forest University
- Read 15 ways to practice self-care in the time of coronavirus recommended by the Women’s Center
- Watch The Wake Forest University Dance Company performance of “Still, I Rise” a poem by Dr. Maya Angelou
- Read The Daily Deac for heartwarming and helpful news from campus
- Destress by visiting the Calm Blog for free mental and emotional wellness resources
- Watch Wake Forest School of Divinity Dean Jonathan Walton’s message “The Now Normal”
- Watch Wake the Arts performances: Share with us how you’re using creativity to keep yourself going and help us join together in community.
- Watch “Coping With Corona” a video series presented by WFU Psychology Department Faculty Member, Christian Waugh, an expert on stress and coping
- Listen to “What a Wonderful World” performed on Wait Chapel’s Harris Carillon by Anthony Tang (’11)
- Join the multi-campus Movement Challenge using your alumni.wfu.edu email account and receive access to free online fitness classes. You could earn a coveted WFU Intramural Championship!
- Read recommended reflections on Friendship in a Time of Social Distancing provided by Dr. Michael Lamb, Executive Director of the Program for Leadership and Character and Assistant Professor of Politics, Ethics, and Interdisciplinary Humanities
“Mother So Dear misses you, too. Wherever you are right now, you’re a Deac. We're family. And we’ll get through this together.” Missing Our Deacs Video, @WakeForest Twitter
Deacon Sports Xtra, the official Wake Forest insider email of WFU athletics
Dr. Matt Zakreski on July 29 from 8 – 9:30 p.m. ET for a book reading and Q&A with author Gloria van Donge about gifted children. We will discuss her books and how to apply its lessons to help gifted children thrive. Registration required.
Lifelong Learning at WFU – Fall 2020 Online Courses
Registration is open for the Fall 2020 term of the Lifelong Learning program. Classes for this Fall are:
- The Science of COVID-19
- Mis/Disformation Online
- China and the End of Pax Americana?
- Beethoven @250
- Racism and Anti-Racism in Mathematics and Statistics
For the first time ever, classes are online, via ZOOM and presented by WFU Faculty with start dates from early October – early November. WFU Alumni discounts available.
The Wake Forest Historical Museum is hosting a series of free online talks and book clubs that will explore the cultural, social, and spiritual significance of water in our communities from Aug. 30-Oct. 10. Learn more and register at wakeforestmuseum.org!
Visit with the museum online and learn about the history of moonshine, the evolution of climate science, the diversity of African American maritime culture, and the creation of Falls Lake.
The Wake Forest Quiz Bowl Club for friendly competitive matches (whether or not you were on Wake’s Quiz Bowl Club as a student) on most Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4:30 p.m. until 5:45 p.m. — and there’s no commitment, so you can join the group whenever you’d like. Just contact Prof. Robert Whaples if you are interested: email@example.com.
our campus virtually through the eyes of a perspective student, guided by Addie Folk (’19)
Try our new Wake Forest coloring sheet for a way to take care of your emotional well-being. Find it at go.wfu.edu/coloring