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    Jessica Lowry Bell at Wake Forest University’s launch party for the $600 million Wake Will capital campaign. Hundreds of Wake Forest University graduates from the area attended the event at the Urban Garden. (Photo courtesy of WFU/Ken Bennett)
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    Jack Lowden, center, at Wake Forest University’s launch party for the $600 million Wake Will capital campaign. Hundreds of Wake Forest University graduates from the area attended the event at the Urban Garden. (Photo courtesy of WFU/Ken Bennett)
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    Richard Cox and Mason Freeman attend Wake Forest University’s $600 million Wake Will capital campaign. Hundreds of Wake Forest University graduates from the area attended the event at the Urban Garden. (Photo courtesy of WFU/Ken Bennett)
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    Business professor Charles Iacovou writes on the inspiration book at Wake Forest University’s launch party for the $600 million Wake Will capital campaign. Hundreds of Wake Forest University graduates from the area attended the event at the Urban Garden. (Photo courtesy of WFU/Ken Bennett) .
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    Rosalyn Frazier and Damon Stinson attend Wake Forest University’s launch party for the $600 million Wake Will capital campaign. Hundreds of Wake Forest University graduates from the area attended the event at the Urban Garden. (Photo courtesy of WFU/Ken Bennett) .
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    Wake Forest University, which has a School of Business in uptown Charlotte, hosted a launch party for the $600 million Wake Will capital campaign. Hundreds of Wake Forest University graduates from the area attended the event at the Urban Garden. (Photo courtesy of WFU/Ken Bennett)
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    Eric Eubank talks with Jim Foster at Wake Forest University’s $600 million Wake Will capital campaign. Hundreds of Wake Forest University graduates from the area attended the event at the Urban Garden. (Photo courtesy of WFU/Ken Bennett) .
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    Ryan Pahl ('11) and Ryan Almquist ('11) check out an interactive display at Wake Forest University’s launch party for the $600 million Wake Will capital campaign. Hundreds of Wake Forest University graduates from the area attended the event at the Urban Garden. (Photo courtesy of WFU/Ken Bennett)
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    Ron Wellman, center, at Wake Forest University’s launch party for the $600 million Wake Will capital campaign. Hundreds of Wake Forest University graduates from the area attended the event at the Urban Garden. (Photo courtesy of WFU/Ken Bennett)
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    Andy Chan, left, talks with a guest at Wake Forest University’s launch party for the $600 million Wake Will capital campaign. Hundreds of Wake Forest University graduates from the area attended the event at the Urban Garden. (Photo courtesy of WFU/Ken Bennett)
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    Wake Forest University, which has a School of Business in uptown Charlotte, hosted a launch party for the $600 million Wake Will capital campaign. Hundreds of Wake Forest University graduates from the area attended the event at the Urban Garden. (Photo courtesy of WFU/Ken Bennett)
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    Provost Rogan Kersh ('86), center, at Wake Forest University’s launch party for the $600 million Wake Will capital campaign. Hundreds of Wake Forest University graduates from the area attended the event at the Urban Garden. (Photo courtesy of WFU/Ken Bennett)
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    Eric Eubank ('86), one of the co-chairs of the Charlotte campaign, gives his remarks at a launch party for the $600 million Wake Will capital campaign. Hundreds of Wake Forest University graduates from the area attended the event at the Urban Garden. (Photo courtesy of WFU/Ken Bennett)
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    Ken Bennett - ©WFU/Ken Bennett
    Wake Forest University, which has a School of Business in uptown Charlotte, hosted a launch party for the $600 million Wake Will capital campaign. Hundreds of Wake Forest University graduates from the area attended the event at the Urban Garden. (Photo courtesy of WFU/Ken Bennett)
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    President Nathan O. Hatch gives his remarks at Wake Forest University’s launch party for the $600 million Wake Will capital campaign. Hundreds of Wake Forest University graduates from the area attended the event at the Urban Garden. (Photo courtesy of WFU/Ken Bennett)
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    President Nathan O. Hatch gives his remarks at Wake Forest University’s launch party for the $600 million Wake Will capital campaign. Hundreds of Wake Forest University graduates from the area attended the event at the Urban Garden. (Photo courtesy of WFU/Ken Bennett)
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    Eric Eubank and Mary Tribble attend Wake Forest University’s $600 million Wake Will capital campaign. Hundreds of Wake Forest University graduates from the area attended the event at the Urban Garden. (Photo courtesy of WFU/Ken Bennett)
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    Ken Bennett - ©WFU/Ken Bennett
    Wake Forest University, which has a School of Business in uptown Charlotte, hosted a launch party for the $600 million Wake Will capital campaign. Hundreds of Wake Forest University graduates from the area attended the event at the Urban Garden. (Photo courtesy of WFU/Ken Bennett)
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    Ken Bennett - ©WFU/Ken Bennett
    Wake Forest University, which has a School of Business in uptown Charlotte, hosted a launch party for the $600 million Wake Will capital campaign. Hundreds of Wake Forest University graduates from the area attended the event at the Urban Garden. (Photo courtesy of WFU/Ken Bennett)
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    Ken Bennett - ©WFU/Ken Bennett
    Wake Forest University, which has a School of Business in uptown Charlotte, hosted a launch party for the $600 million Wake Will capital campaign. Hundreds of Wake Forest University graduates from the area attended the event at the Urban Garden. (Photo courtesy of WFU/Ken Bennett)
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    Ken Bennett - ©WFU/Ken Bennett
    Wake Forest University, which has a School of Business in uptown Charlotte, hosted a launch party for the $600 million Wake Will capital campaign. Hundreds of Wake Forest University graduates from the area attended the event at the Urban Garden. (Photo courtesy of WFU/Ken Bennett)
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    Judy Beatty, David Furr, Carol Lorenz, Bill Lorenz, Pamela Furr, and Sean Beatty attend Wake Forest University’s launch party for the $600 million Wake Will capital campaign. Hundreds of Wake Forest University graduates from the area attended the event at the Urban Garden. (Photo courtesy of WFU/Ken Bennett)
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    Ken Bennett - ©WFU/Ken Bennett
    Wake Forest University, which has a School of Business in uptown Charlotte, hosted a launch party for the $600 million Wake Will capital campaign. Hundreds of Wake Forest University graduates from the area attended the event at the Urban Garden. (Photo courtesy of WFU/Ken Bennett)
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    Mary Francis Forrester and Sally Beach attend a launch party for Wake Forest University’s $600 million Wake Will capital campaign. Hundreds of Wake Forest University graduates from the Charlotte area attended the event at the Urban Garden. (Photo courtesy of WFU/Ken Bennett)
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    Ken Bennett - ©WFU/Ken Bennett
    Wake Forest University, which has a School of Business in uptown Charlotte, hosted a launch party for the $600 million Wake Will capital campaign. Hundreds of Wake Forest University graduates from the area attended the event at the Urban Garden. (Photo courtesy of WFU/Ken Bennett)
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    Ken Bennett - ©WFU/Ken Bennett
    Wake Forest University, which has a School of Business in uptown Charlotte, hosted a launch party for the $600 million Wake Will capital campaign. Hundreds of Wake Forest University graduates from the area attended the event at the Urban Garden. (Photo courtesy of WFU/Ken Bennett)
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