Author: StudentLife

CFC Mentorship Program

The Center for Faith and Culture is beginning the application process for the 2010-2011 Mentorship Program. The Mentorship Program at the CFC is designed to mentor a small cadre of students interested in thinking critically about crucial cultural issues in light of biblical Christianity. The format will examine different areas of culture in order to

Attention: First Year Students

Please take a moment to go to www.juliabickley.com to access a 15-minute survey regarding your beliefs about feminism and biblical gender roles.  It requires no study – just answers to your thoughts on these subjects. This is a study being conducted by a doctoral student and your voluntary participation would be greatly appreciated! In fact,

C@SE Students: You’re Invited to Water Wednesday!!

Welcome back college students! We are so glad that you are here. We wanted to take a moment to invite you to an AMAZING event taking place today, August 18th from 2:00-4:00pm for all college students. What is this event you ask? Its Water Wednesday! We will have a huge slip ‘n slide, sponge tag, watermelon

Lost something?

If you lost something significant on Tuesday, August 10, 2010, please call the Student Life office at 919-761-2328 to identify what was lost and retrieve it. Thank you, Student Life

Welcome New Students!

Southeastern’s Student Life Office would like to welcome all new students! We are so glad that you have arrived to campus and hope you quickly begin to feel at home.  We look forward to meeting you at New Student Orientation in the next few days– we feel that it will be a very exciting time

WorldCat has gone public

Many of you have used WorldCat through the Library’s former subscription to the FirstSearch Service. Now a subscription is no longer needed! You can access WorldCat anywhere you can access the internet. You can still create your own personal accounts and do ILL.  For further details, contact the reference desk staff.

“Talent Pool” database available at Southeastern

Do you have a skill you would like to market while you are here at school? Perhaps you would like to prepare tax returns for people in the area for a fee; or you might be a skilled carpenter or painter who could take on some jobs to help pay your way through school; you

National Night Out- August 3

On Tuesday, Aug. 3, neighborhoods throughout Wake Forest are invited to join the Wake Forest Police Department, Target, and thousands of communities across the United States for the 27th Annual National Night Out. The Wake Forest Police Department and Target, the national sponsor for NNO, are marking the occasion by hosting a “National Night Out Parking Lot

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