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Hit The Bricks raises $202,787.85, breaking fundraising record for second-straight year

Students walk the final, silent lap at the 2021 Hit The Bricks.

Hit The Bricks, the annual campus tradition which raises money for the Brian Piccolo Cancer Research Fund had a record-breaking day on Sept. 30, setting a new record for participants (1,693) and ...

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OCCE to offer grants for youth-led service projects

Through funding from Youth Service America, the Office of Civic & Community Engagement is able to support a handful of youth-led community-based projects in Winston-Salem. Available are two ...

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Wake Forest to Hit The Bricks to raise money for cancer research

Hit The Bricks

On Thursday, Wake Forest students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends will once again Hit the Bricks at Hearn Plaza to raise money for the Brian Piccolo Cancer Research Fund.

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Wake Students participate in National Voter Registration Day

After last year’s Presidential election, voter registration efforts slowed a bit on college campuses nationwide. But today during National Voter Registration Day, Wake Forest students will hit ...

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Wake Forest students paying it forward with virtual tutoring

Jessica Mark, a virtual tutor, poses for a photo in front of Wait Chapel

Savannah Littlejohn, Landon Bradshaw and Jessica Mark have all benefited from tutoring in the past. So when they learned about Wake Forest’s Virtual Tutoring program, they didn’t hesitate to ...

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  • September 30, 2021 | 11:00 am
    Hearn Plaza

    Get ready to Hit the Bricks, the official benefit event for the Brian Piccolo Cancer Drive! Teams of faculty, staff and students will ...

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