Celebrate a very “Wake Forest Wonderland”
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Office of Communications and Public Relations
December 5, 2018
In December, we find so many reasons to celebrate with family and friends. Inspired by that spirit, Wake Forest Law students, faculty, and staff joined creative forces to write and produce a special holiday video for the entire Wake Forest community.
The very talented arranger, Mike Garrigan (JD ’19), helped songwriter, Dean Suzanne Reynolds (JD ’77), transform a seasonal favorite into “Wake Forest Wonderland,” played by master pianist, Le’Ron Byrd (JD ’19).
Some of the talented singers in the Wake Forest Law community stepped up for solo performances. Watch Professor Tim Davis, Emily Melvin (JD ’19), Adya Aishwry (LL.M. ’19), and Tracea Rice (JD ’19), along with our duo, Elle Johnson (JD ’20) and Mike Garrigan, take center stage with the support of our wonderful chorus of faculty, staff, and students. And who played those sleigh bells at the end? None other than stealth percussionist, Dean Suzanne Reynolds.
From all of us at Wake Forest law school, we hope this holiday season is a time of joy and cheer for you and your family.
Find the full score and lyric sheet at wfu.law/wfuwonderlandlyrics
We’d like to thank Wake Forest University’s Documentary Film Program and Wrought Iron Productions (WIP) for helping us create “Wake Forest Wonderland!” Go to wfu.law/wfuwonderland to take a behind-the-scenes look at our video production with WIP.