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Collegium Musicum Presents English Music Concert

April 15, 1997  |   Arts & Culture, Events

The Wake Forest University Collegium Musicum vocal and instrumental ensembles will present a concert entitled, “English Music of the 17th Century,” on Tuesday, April 22, at 8 p.m. in Brendle Recital Hall. Admission is free. The program will feature music by several 17th century British […]

Choirs to Present Spring Concert

April 15, 1997  |   Arts & Culture, Events

The Wake Forest University Concert Choir and Choral Union will present a free spring choral concert at 8 p.m. Thursday, April 24, in Brendle Recital Hall. The choirs will be conducted by Brian Gorelick, director of choral ensembles, and accompanied by Joanne Inkman, staff accompanist. […]

Journalists to Discuss the Press and Foreign Policy

April 11, 1997  |   Arts & Culture, Events

Two prominent journalists–one American, one Palestinian–will speak at Wake Forest University Thursday, April 17, in Scales Fine Arts Center, Room 102. At 7:30 p.m., reporters Sandy Tolan and Lamis Andoni will address “Today’s Media: What Voice in Foreign Policy?” Tolan is a frequent contributor to […]

Hanover Band Concludes Secrest Series

April 11, 1997  |   Arts & Culture, Events

England’s Hanover Band, one of the world’s leading period instrument orchestras, will perform the season’s final Secrest Artists Series concert at Wake Forest University Friday, April 25. The 8 p.m. concert in Wait Chapel will include music by Schubert, Mozart, Mendelssohn and Beethoven. Formed in […]

Scholarships Honor Barry Dodson’s Children

April 10, 1997  |   University Announcement

Friends and colleagues of Barry Dodson, a Mooresville resident and a familiar figure in NASCAR, have given more than $40,000 to establish athletic scholarships at Wake Forest University in honor of his children, Trey and Tia, who were killed in 1994. “Losing a son and […]

This week at Wake Forest

April 10, 1997  |   Arts & Culture, Community, Events, Student

African-American Journalist/Author to Speak Brent Staples, author of the critically-acclaimed autobiography, “Parallel Time: Growing Up in Black and White,” will speak at Wake Forest at 8 p.m. Tuesday, April 15, in Brendle Recital Hall. Staples’s book chronicles his ascent from the mean streets of the […]

WFU Hosts Mary Arden Poetry Festival

April 9, 1997  |   Arts & Culture, Events

Three Welsh poets and two internationally-known performance poets will be among the seven guest poets reading from their works and leading workshops at Wake Forest University’s Mary Arden Poetry Festival April 18-20. All events of the annual festival are free and open to the public. […]

African-American Writer to Speak at WFU

April 9, 1997  |   Arts & Culture, Events, Speakers

Brent Staples, author of the critically-acclaimed autobiography, “Parallel Time: Growing Up in Black and White,” will speak at Wake Forest University at 8 p.m. Tuesday, April 15, in Brendle Recital Hall. Staples’s book chronicles his ascent from the mean streets of the urban ghetto to […]

Weather Expert to Explain Tricks of Nature’s Light

April 4, 1997  |   Events, Research

Craig Bohren, distinguished professor of meteorology at Penn State University and winner of the American Meteorological Society’s Louis J. Battan Award for his book, “Clouds in a Glass of Beer,” will present a program Thursday, April 17, at Wake Forest University. In “All That’s Best […]

Religion Department Adds New Faculty

April 4, 1997  |   Faculty, School of Divinity, University Announcement

Wake Forest University’s religion department has announced the hiring of two new faculty members and the departure of a 26-year veteran. Mary F. Foskett will join the department as assistant professor of biblical studies after earning her doctoral degree at Emory University in New Testament […]

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