During December 2016

Leslie MacWeeney – Community Art Organizer

Lesiie MacWeeney (b. 1936) Leslie MacWeeney was born in Dublin to a professional family and taught by a series of governesses. She had polio as a child and spent some time alone. She enrolled in the National College of Art and also represented Ireland at the Paris Biennale in 1959 and 1961. Leslie is known... more

2016 : The Year in Reading

Before we wrap up 2016, let’s take some time to remember the year in reading! The following titles from our Browsing Collection represent books that spent most of 2016 checked out by our patrons. Browsing Book with most check outs of 2016 (tie) Waters of Eternal Youth by Donna Leon When Breath Becomes Air by Paul... more

Transfer Your Records to the University Archives!

As we come to the end of the semester and the calendar year, please keep in mind that the University Archives welcomes the transfer of records and papers from university offices and faculty. While reviewing your files, please keep us in mind as a repository for Wake Forest-related records. The mission of the University Archives... more

Got Fines and a Desire to Help the Hungry in Our Community?

This December the Z. Smith Reynolds Library will accept non-expired, unopened canned goods as payment for overdue fines. For each can of food donated, $1 will be waived from your library fines (no maximum). Only canned goods will be accepted. The program will run from now through Friday, December 16, 2016. The canned goods will... more

Ho-Ho-Holiday Films @ ZSR

Looking to expand your holiday film repertoire? The ZSR Film Collection has many classic holiday films, as well as several lesser-known holiday films. Stop by the Media Room (room 403, 4th floor Reynolds Wing) to view the holiday film display and pick up a few DVDs to get you in the holiday spirit! Here are several recommendations that... more