Homecoming 2022

Homecoming 2022

Special Collections & Archives is very busy for Homecoming Weekend this year. All Homecoming events can be found on the 2022 Homecoming website, but we’ll share a little more about our programming below.

Pop-In Oral History Interviews

Friday, September 16, 9A.M – 12 P.M.
Saturday, September 17, 9A.M – 12 P.M.
Location: Benson Room 301

Parker Beverly (’23) will be conducting pop-in oral history interviews during Homecoming Weekend. These oral histories will be a part of our ongoing Expanded Wake Voices and Inclusive Student Life Collection.

I’m a Woman, Phenomenally: A History of Wake Forest Women

Friday, September 16, 2:00 P.M. – 3:30 P.M.
Location: Benson Center, Pugh Auditorium (Second Floor)

Screening of I’m A Woman, Phenomenally: History of Wake Forest Women

This film, based on interviews conducted by Parker Beverly (‘23), tackles the subject of the history of women at Wake Forest. Throughout, you will hear from numerous Wake Forest women who candidly recall their experiences. From panty raids and morning mixers to Title IX and historic firsts, this film aims to provide a more complete picture of women’s history at Wake Forest. There will be an introduction about the project and a brief question and answer session with Parker which will be followed by a gathering in the Tribble Courtyard. This will include tabletop exhibits on Intersections: Roads of Honor and Deacon Women Through the Years, and additional time to speak with Parker.

Friday, September 17, 10:00 A.M., 11:00A.M., 12:00P.M.
Location: Benson Center, Pugh Auditorium (Second Floor)

Looped screening of I’m A Woman, Phenomenally: History of Wake Forest Women (no programming)

Festival on the Quad

Saturday, September 17, 10A.M.-1P.M.
Location: Hearn Plaza (The Quad)

Join Special Collections & Archives on The Quad! We will have fun historical materials and giveaways. Stroll around and visit with WFU faculty, staff, and friends. The Festival on the Quad is our favorite event!