CALLOWAY SCHOOL BREAKS GROUND ON NEW WING
Wake Forest’s Calloway School of Business and Accountancy will break ground on a new wing of Calloway Hall that will bring all of its classroom and office space under one roof. The groundbreaking ceremony will be Oct. 4 at 5 p.m. on the back lawn between Calloway and Greene halls. The Calloway School is ranked 30th nationally among undergraduate business programs by U.S. News & World Report. To arrange coverage, contact the News Service.
FOUNDER OF ANTI-TERRORIST TASK FORCE TO SPEAK AT WFU
Danny Coulson, founder and former director of the FBI’s Anti-Terrorist Task Force, will speak at Wake Forest at 8 p.m. on Oct. 8 in Wait Chapel. The event is free and open to the public. Of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks on America, Coulson says he was shocked, but not surprised. He will speak directly about The “War on Terrorism” during his lecture at Wake Forest. Through his first-person accounts of such high-profile investigations as the Oklahoma City bombing, Atlanta prison riots and tense showdowns at Ruby Ridge and Waco, Coulson will reveal how lessons learned then apply to the challenges ahead. The Wake Forest Student Union is sponsoring the event, which is part of the student-initiated Year of Unity and Hope. Coulson will be available for interviews at 4 p.m. in Benson University Center, Room 333. For details, contact the News Service.
COMEDIAN AND ACTOR BILL BELLAMY TO PERFORM
Comedian and actor Bill Bellamy will perform at 8 p.m. on Oct. 11 in Wait Chapel. Bellamy made his national television debut as a featured guest on “Showtime at the Apollo.” His act caught the attention of producers Bernie Brillstein and Russell Simmons, who signed him as a guest star of HBO’s “Def Comedy Jam.” His Showtime comedy special “Booty Call” became one of the network’s top-rated specials. Bellamy then hosted “MTV Jams” for five years. He has starred in several films, including “The Brothers,” “Any Given Sunday” and “How To Be a Player.” To arrange an interview with Bill Bellamy, contact the News Service. For more information about the event or to purchase tickets, call the Wake Forest Student Union at 336-758-4869.
DOES INCREASED SECURITY EQUAL DECREASED FREEDOM?
Katy J. Harriger, an associate professor of political science, can comment on the way Americans’ rights may be affected by government’s reaction to the terrorist attacks. Harriger teaches constitutional law and has written numerous articles on the subject. She is also an expert on the federal special prosecutor system and the author of “The Special Prosecutor in American Politics.” To arrange an interview, contact the News Service.
LEARN AUSTRALIAN ‘DOT’ PAINTING
On Oct. 8, Wake Forest’s Museum of Anthropology will present “Lots of Dots,” an after-school program for elementary school children. From 4:15-5:30 p.m. students will learn about how Australian Aborigines record their stories through “dot” paintings. Using Aboriginal symbols, they will make a “coolamon,” or general-purpose tray, using the dot painting technique. The event is part of a series of after-school programs, “Exploring World Cultures,” offered by the museum.
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