Do you remember the January term, battles over “intervisitation," a spanking new Fine Arts Center, or seeing Hamlet in the attic theatre of Z. Smith Reynolds Library? Perhaps you were among the students who marched on the President’s House to protest the war in Vietnam. Maybe you were in one of the first classes at Casa Artom or Worrell House. Perhaps you rolled the Quad when the Deacons won their first ACC football championship. Or maybe you enjoyed a British Romantic poets course taught by a beloved professor. These and other memories of Wake Forest University during the administration of Dr. James Ralph Scales are faithfully and fondly chronicled by Provost Emeritus Edwin Graves Wilson in his new book, The History of Wake Forest University, Volume V, 1967-1983. Weaving each year’s events and achievements with alumni-written anecdotes, Dr. Wilson has written the story of the many people who participated in a vibrant era at Wake Forest. The book, with more than 250 photographs, includes a CD with two of Dr. Wilson’s speeches from the period, along with a reprinted poster—Doctors, Lawyers, Indian Chiefs—first published for Wake Forest’s sesquicentennial anniversary. This collectible book is the perfect gift for the Wake Forest alumnus or enthusiast in your life!
- Limited edition collectible
- Officially licensed collegiate product
- Full color photography