During September 2019

Here @ ZSR

Artist’s Books and Calligraphy in Special Collections & Archives

Special Collections & Archives is hosting an exciting variety of artist’s books created by five women from our area. These books represent a variety of approaches to creating artist’s books as a form of expression. The artists are Sara Hiatt (Kernersville, NC), Anne Murray (Winston-Salem, NC), Robin Harper (Mebane, NC), Terry Schupach-Gordon (Shoals, NC) and... Continue reading “Artist’s Books and Calligraphy in Special Collections & Archives”

We Asked Our Ambassadors: “What should new students know about ZSR?”

The ZSR Ambassadors are the library’s student advocacy group, supporting ZSR through programmatic assistance and candid feedback. Since the inception of this program in 2012, our Ambassadors have offered a student voice for outreach, service, and facility considerations, and the group is frequently consulted by library administration for their perspective and counsel. In recent years,... Continue reading “We Asked Our Ambassadors: “What should new students know about ZSR?””

Histories of Wake Forest Resources Relating to Human Civil Rights

Through the month of August, I combed through the University Archives and Manuscript collections for resources invaluable to Civil Rights research. The subject guide that I created, “Histories of Wake Forest Resources Relating to Human Civil Rights,” will help our researchers delve into the history of civil rights at Wake Forest and in Winston-Salem. The... Continue reading “Histories of Wake Forest Resources Relating to Human Civil Rights”

ZSR Reviews! A Collaborative Book Reviews Project

Are you looking for a good book? Do you have a reading recommendation to share? In our continuing efforts to inspire curiosity, discovery, and collaboration, ZSR Library has created a new book reviews program– ZSR Reviews! Book reviews are submitted from our community of readers & we invite all community members– students, faculty, staff, librarians,... Continue reading “ZSR Reviews! A Collaborative Book Reviews Project”

The ZSR Open – Mini Golf in the Library, Take Two!

On Friday, September 6th from 7:30-9:00 PM, the ZSR Library hosted our second “ZSR Open.” We had 35 students play the six-hole course in the Library that started at the ZSR Circulation Desk, continued to the Reference Desk and the Media Room, then on to the Writing Center, up to the Special Collections reading room,... Continue reading “The ZSR Open – Mini Golf in the Library, Take Two!”

WFU Access to the Wall Street Journal Online

All students, faculty, and staff at Wake Forest University now have free access to the subscription version of the online Wall Street Journal at WSJ.com. Access to WSJ.com is provided by the School of Business and ZSR Library. Get Unlimited Access to WSJ.com Log in to your WFU Google email account Go to WSJ.com/WakeForest Use your WFU... Continue reading “WFU Access to the Wall Street Journal Online”

DH@Wake Speaker Series: Dr. Kenneth Price on The Walt Whitman Archive

The ZSR Library DH@Wake Speaker Series, in conjunction with Special Collections & Archives and the Wake Forest Department of English, is pleased to host a lecture by Dr. Kenneth Price, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, on Tuesday, September 24 at 4:00 pm in ZSR 404. A reception and Walt Whitman pop-up exhibit in the Special Collections Reading... Continue reading “DH@Wake Speaker Series: Dr. Kenneth Price on The Walt Whitman Archive”

Friends of ZSR Goes to Bookmarks Fest!

We are debuting our donor program Friends of ZSR Library at Bookmarks Literary Arts Organization & Book Festival, Saturday September 7th, as part of their street fair! Our booth will be sharing signup info, invites to upcoming events, tons of fun swag, and a raffle of 3 Kindles for people who sign up for more... Continue reading “Friends of ZSR Goes to Bookmarks Fest!”

OUTBREAK@ZSR – It Takes A Village

The ZSR Library hosted three awesome “Outbreak@ZSR” humans v zombies events this Summer! First, there was “OUTBREAK! Alumni Edition” for WFU Fac/Staff/kids and local Alumni, and then there was another game of OUTBREAK for the Pre-Orientation Camps on Monday, August 19th, and finally, on Saturday, August 31st, more than 150 students attended “OUTBREAK@ZSR” as part... Continue reading “OUTBREAK@ZSR – It Takes A Village”