Nana Watanobe, Yr. 16 JOI Coordinator at Museum of Anthropology at Wake Forest University, participated in World Cultural Festival at the university. She wrote down names of visitors who stopped by at Museum of Anthropology booth in Japanese characters with a brush, and introduced Japanese writing system and calligraphy. The names looked completely different and foreign, which attracted more people to the booth!
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US-China Friendship Table for Students of China and the U.S.
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These two (way too fast) growing boys insist on being just like big brother. Dakota has Dayton's military bowl backpack and Daxton had to have a Wake Forest one. Trust me, there is no better role model than their big brother! We love and miss you! @ddiemel35 #wakeforestuniversity
Great weekend up in the mountains at the Wake vs. App game. Got to reunite with some college buddies, WXII friends, and my Greensboro crew all in the span of a few hours at tailgate. I'll always love this town and my App fam. 🤗
I am not sure what the horses thought about it, but I found my stay at The Mews at Graylyn quite delightful. Completed in 1932, Graylyn Estate was the home of Bowman Gray, Sr. and Natalie Lyons Gray. Bowman, a son of the founder of Wachovia Bank, rose through the ranks at R.J. Reynolds, eventually becoming chairman of the board. Construction of their grand estate began in 1927 and was finished in 1932. Sadly, Bowman had little time to enjoy it as he passed away in 1935. In 1946, Mrs. Gray gave the estate to the Bowman Gray School of Medicine of Wake Forest University. In 1980 a massive fire destroyed much of the main house - it was restored and reopened as a hotel and conference center in 1984. #theaccidentalpreservationist
Who is one of the most intriguing personalities of the @wfuniversity family? Lloyd the Barber, of course. He just celebrated 41 years as campus barber, and he has stories to tell. We stopped in to visit Lloyd Howard while Dr. John Dunkelberg (P '95), retired @wakeforestbiz faculty member, was in for a trim. Lloyd told us when he first started cutting hair at Wake the campus was only 20 years old, but he said he couldn't tell. Over the years he's cut the hair of Presidents Scales, Hearn and Hatch, and even the Deacon's hair when he was just waist-high! Want the scoop while getting a haircut? Visit Lloyd's shop in the basement of Taylor Residence Hall! (Story and photos by Abby Pentz) @abbypentz #wfu#wakeforestuniversity#wakeforestbarber#godeacs#barbershop#lloydthebarber . @wakehockey