News & Events

  • From Tigers to Speedos: Athletic Artifacts from Special Collections & Archives (ZSR Library) and the Wake Forest Historical MuseumWednesday, Feb 17, 2021 6:28 pm — Join us for an exploration of artifacts and 3-dimensional objects in the holdings of both ZSR Library’s Special Collections & Archives and the Wake Forest Historical Museum. We will be sharing a wide variety of athletics uniforms, equipment, photographs, and memorabilia from the old and new campus, highlighting some of the most exciting times in […]

  • Comacina: Improvisations and Variations, An Exhibit by Paul Bright with Opening Reception and TalkFriday, Jan 29, 2021 9:23 am — Comacina: Improvisations and Variations, an exhibit by Paul Bright January 19, 2021 – July 30, 2021 ZSR Library Special Collections & Archives (Room 625) Curated by Paul Bright This exhibition centers on artist Paul Bright’s residence on the island of Comacina in the summer of 2018, which resulted in an artist’s book, [im]provvisorio. Beginning Jan. 19; […]

  • Special Collections & Archives Resources for Martin Luther King, Jr. DayFriday, Jan 15, 2021 3:50 pm — Over the years, we have written a few blog posts about the speech Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. made in Wait Chapel on October 11, 1962 (see here, here, and here). This is a proud moment in Wake Forest’s history and we enjoy having patrons request to listen to the audio recording. In addition to […]

  • Songs of Wake Forest with Dr. Edwin Graves WilsonTuesday, Dec 1, 2020 3:22 pm — Songs of Wake Forest with Dr. Edwin Graves Wilson Friday, December 11 at 3:30 pm – YouTube premier ZSR Library Special Collections and Archives is celebrating Songs of Wake Forest, the latest book by Dr. Edwin G. Wilson. Ed Wilson’s relationship with Wake Forest, which began when he entered the College as a freshman in […]

  • Wake Forest College and The Spanish FluWednesday, Nov 11, 2020 1:24 pm — This blog post was written by SCA student employee Katie Lawrence. This year looks very different than we’re used to in the Forest. Most classes are online, masks are required, and the campus feels different than it has in the past. COVID-19 has turned this semester upside down, but Wake students have persisted in the […]

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