5 video recording tips from a pro

Now that you’re home practicing “social distancing” and following the “stay at home” order, most of you have already perfected your WebEx, Zoom and Skype calls. From time-to-time, you may also be asked to shoot additional videos of yourself to send to a professor, students or the University. You might be thinking, “What’s the best way to shoot video on my mobile phone?” Here are five video recording tips from a pro.

Ever in the Glades | Wake the Arts

“You can’t escape The Glades. They come for everyone in the end.” Ever in the Glades by Laura Schellhardt just wrapped this past weekend on the Tedford Stage. Below is our video edited by Mike Shaw featuring alumna Brittni Shambaugh Addison (‘10) who is back […]

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20th Annual MLK Day Celebration

Hello all and Happy New Year! Our first video of the year was our coverage of the 20th Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Keynote Speaker, Ibram X. Kendi, professor of history and international relations, and founding director of the Antiracist Research and Policy Center at […]

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Deacon Yule Log

In case you missed it, we have an hour-long Deacon Yule Log video to warm your home this week and before the bowl game! Our Deacs have been sharing it in action from their homes!   A shorter […]

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“Through word and song and stillness may we all be called to live the ways of love in our world.” – Rev. Tim Auman “So, go. Extend grace. Be friendly and love intentionally, extravagantly and unconditionally. The broken world waits in darkness for the light […]

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What’s your favorite WFU Tradition?

Rolling the Quad? Lovefeast? Hit the Bricks? We could list a bunch of our favorite Wake Forest traditions, but we’d rather hear from you. Post to Instagram or Twitter using #WFUtraditions or just submit your photo and story below! We’ll share your memories and the […]

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What if you could text the Demon Deacon?

Imagine you are a senior in high school and you’re anxiously awaiting decision letters to be mailed from Wake Forest. Also, imagine you have the Demon Deacon’s phone number. How would that text convo go? Here’s how we thought it might go.

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