Affinity

Decorated Deacs

 


ROTC and Military Science update recorded on Wednesday, October 21, 2020.


Fraternity and Sorority Life Update recorded on Thursday, October 22, 2020.

Wednesday, October 21, 6 p.m. EST
HOLAA Zoom Social Hour
We invite Latin American or Spanish speaking cultural heritage alumni, families and students to the Hispanic/Latino Alumni Association (HOLAA) 5th annual reception via Zoom. Join us to celebrate alumni accomplishments and discuss our bright future. ¡Los esperamos! Register HERE.

Holaa

The Wake Forest HOLAA group holds its reunion at Homecoming 2019 on campus on Friday, September 20, 2019.

The Wake Forest HOLAA group holds its reunion at Homecoming 2019 on campus on Friday, November 2, 2018.

Thursday, October 22, 8 p.m. EST
Lilting Banshees Call to Conversation
Are you a past member of the campus comedy troupe, Lilting Banshees? If so, you are invited to connect with fellow Banshee alumni via this virtual C2C. Learn more about virtual Call to Conversation events here. Luis Herrera (’18) will be hosting this online gathering on the topic, Humor, guided by this conversation prompt: Talk about how you have continued to incorporate humor into your life since Wake (and the role it has played in your life during the pandemic). Register HERE – Capacity is limited.

Lilting Banshees C2C

Monday, October 19, 8 p.m.
SOTOGAB Call to Conversation
Are you a former member of the Spirit of the Old Gold and Black? If so, you are invited to connect with fellow marching band alumni via this virtual C2C. Learn more about virtual Call to Conversation events here. Dr. Tim Heath, Director of Athletic Bands, will be hosting this online gathering on the topic, Impact, guided by this conversation prompt: How did your time in the marching band impact your Wake Forest experience and your life today?  Register HERE – Capacity is limited.

SOTOGAB

Wednesday, October 21, 6 p.m. EST
Traditions Council Call to Conversation
Are you a former member of the Traditions Council? If so, you are invited to connect with fellow Traditions Council alumni via this virtual C2C. Learn more about virtual Call to Conversation events here. Ben Weekley (’18) will be hosting this online gathering on the topic, Friendship in a Time of Social Distancing, guided by this conversation prompt: Friendship is one of the most important practices of community and character, but social distancing creates particular challenges for friendship. Describe one friend who has been especially important to you during this time and why that friendship has been so meaningful.  Register HERE – Capacity is limited.

Traditions Council C2C

 

Wake NOW

Thursday, October 22, 6 p.m. EST
Women’s Center & Wake NOW Call to Conversation
You are invited to connect with fellow Wake Women, alumnae, and current students via this virtual C2C. Learn more about virtual Call to Conversation events here. Liz White (’10) will be hosting this online gathering on the topic, Friendship in a time of social distancing, guided by this conversation prompt: Friendship is one of the most important practices of community and character, but social distancing creates particular challenges for friendship. Describe one friend who has been especially important to you during this time and why that friendship has been so meaningful. All Wake Foresters who identify as women are welcome. Register HERE  – Capacity is limited.

Tuesday, October 20, 1 p.m. EST
WF Scholars Call to Conversation
Are you a former Wake Forest Scholar? If so, you are invited to connect with fellow alumni and current WF Scholars. Learn more about virtual Call to Conversation events here.  Jackie Sheridan, newly named Director of the WF Scholars Program, will be hosting this online gathering on the topic, Community, guided by this conversation prompt: When have you found or created community in an unexpected place? Register HERE  – Capacity is limited.

WF Scholars C2C