The More Concert Series has scheduled four shows for the early months of 2020.
All concerts will take place at The Barn at Reynolda Village. All will begin at 8 p.m., with doors opening at 7 p.m. They will be seated general admission concerts with limited reserved table seating.
Tickets for the concerts may be purchased online.
The concerts include:
Categories: Inside WFU
The Wake Forest University Police Department will hold an open house on Nov. 13 from 1 to 3 p.m. to celebrate its newly-renovated communications center. The police department is located in Alumni Hall.
Police Chief Regina Lawson and Emergency Services Manager Chauncey Bowers will present remarks at 1:30 p.m. Afterward, guided tours of the communications center will be offered.
Light refreshments will be served.
The police department encourages advance registration by those planning to attend. An invitation to the event has been distributed to faculty, staff and students. The invitation provides an opportunity to register online.
Anyone with questions about the event may e-mail Sheila Robertson at email@example.com.
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This is a guest post from the More Barn Concerts series:
More Barn Concerts proudly presents the Lonesome River Band on Thursday, Nov. 21, at The Barn at Reynolda Village.
The concert will begin at 8 p.m. Doors will open at 7 p.m. This will be a seated general admission show with limited table seating. Tickets are $35 in advance, $40 at the door. Reserved tables (four seats) are $175.
To purchase tickets for this event, please visit here. Additional information about the band is available there, too.
This message was e-mailed to students, faculty and staff on Nov. 7 by Wake Forest Communications and External Relations:
The Wake Forest University Police Department is recommending that students, faculty and staff lock their vehicles on campus to help prevent vehicle break-ins and thefts. In addition, the University Police Department is taking several steps to reduce the opportunity for these types of crimes to occur.
Reports of vehicle break-ins and thefts have spiked in recent weeks both on campus and around Winston-Salem. Since Oct. 27, the University Police Department has received nine vehicle break-in reports and two vehicle theft reports. In every case, vehicles had been left unlocked. In the two cases of stolen vehicles, the keys had been left in the car.
Break-ins occurred at the following lots:
The vehicle thefts occurred in parking lots P (adjacent to Wait Chapel, east side) and R2 (adjacent to Spry Soccer Field). The stolen vehicles were recovered by the Winston-Salem Police Department.
Examples of items taken in the break-ins include electronics and clothing. In five of the nine break-ins nothing was taken.
In response to the recent upsurge, University and Winston-Salem police officers are increasing patrol of parking lots. The University Police Department, also, has increased the hours of security officers working in the Student Drive parking lot.
University Police Department officials have also been consulting with the Winston-Salem Police Department to get updates on similar incidents occurring in the city, especially in areas close to campus.
In addition, the University Police Department encourages students, faculty and staff to promptly report suspicious activity observed on and around campus. The University Police Department can be reached at 336-758-5911, through the LiveSafe app or online. The department is located in Alumni Hall. With immediate concerns, all are encouraged to call the emergency number.
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Sen. Richard Burr (R-NC) and Sen. Mark Warner (D-VA) will have a conversation at Wake Forest on Monday, Nov. 11, in Farrell Hall’s Broyhill Auditorium at 7 p.m.
Kami Chavis, Professor of Law and Director of the Criminal Justice Program at Wake Forest University School of Law, will moderate the discussion.
The event is free and open to the public. Media are welcome to attend.
From investigating Russian election interference to highlighting ongoing cyber threats, Burr and Warner have collaborated on some of the most contentious issues facing the U.S. When disagreements arise, Burr said they are settled by “picking up the phone or getting together and talking things through.” The discussion will highlight how two leaders from opposite sides of the aisle are able to work together on issues of national importance.
Burr is a 1978 graduate of Wake Forest. After serving in the U.S. House of Representatives, he was elected to the U.S. Senate in 2004. A former governor of Virginia, Warner was elected to the U.S. Senate in 2008.
Additional information is available here.