From the LGBTQ Center: “Support queer representation in children’s and young adult lit and donate books today!
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From the Office of Sustainability:
- Friday, March 24 – Campus Beautification Day (3:30 – 5:30 p.m.)
- Location: Reynolda Village Trailhead
From the LGBTQ Center: “The LGBTQ Center is excited to be hosting the fourth annual Wake Forest University Lavender Graduation ceremony on Wednesday, April 26, 2017. This unique event honors graduating LGBTQ and ally students and celebrates their achievements. Any graduating student, undergraduate or graduate, is eligible to be recognized in the ceremony, and we invite both undergraduates and graduate students to register. Please encourage graduating students to register online.
We are also accepting nominations for student speakers for Lavender Graduation through March 24th. Faculty, staff, and students are invited to nominate a graduating senior or graduate student to serve as a student speaker, and self-nominations are also accepted. Please consider nominating a graduating LGBTQ or ally student to share their insights at the ceremony. Nominations may be submitted here.
Please mark your calendars for this important celebration, and please share this information and invitation to participate with your student networks. The LGBTQ Center is available to answer any questions you may have regarding Lavender Graduation 2017 – please feel free to email us at email@example.com!”
From the organizers: “The Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) is hosting a new initiative on campus called JUST BEAT IT. It is a CPR training day that was started after a Duke professor last year went into cardiac arrest in a campus library. If EMS students had not been around he would have most likely not survived. Wake Forest has similar examples of individuals who have survived cardiac arrests because of the help of those who knew CPR.
This is becoming an ACC-wide event and Wake Forest will be the second school to host this event. We believe by hosting this campus wide CPR training event we can help save lives. The event is Monday, April 3rd at the Sutton Center and runs throughout the day from 9:00 am – 3:00 pm. Encourage your friends and other organizations you are a part of to sign up using this link. Each training session will take an hour, and the goal is to train 100 students each hour. The event will also include many tables which emphasize different aspects of well being in an effort to touch on the multi-dimensional phenomenon that is health.”