Columnist Kasy Heath begins the #CoronaChronicles series by discussing her personal financial struggles
Seniors Charlie Kennerly and Eric Bae look back on their time with the men’s golf program
As the COVID-19 outbreak becomes more widespread, fear and anxieties increase
Now, across the country, students are working to embrace the university’s motto of pro humanitate through the virtual world
Though the Olympics have been postponed to 2021, it is unknown exactly when they will take place, which may render American athletes unable to participate
Senior Siyun “Swing” Liu reflects on her academic and golf career at Wake Forest
Just like trends in fashion and music, comedy styles have cycles
The current NBA shutdown has left many of these employees out in the cold
With COVID-19 overtaking our country, we know we might not ever be able to participate in those traditions or even see the Magnolias bloom on campus once more
Since then, other students living off campus have also tested positive for COVID-19
This past week, my doctor called me and told me that if I were infected with COVID-19, my life would be at risk.
On Sunday March 22, Dean Michele Gillespie announced that the college would be offering a Spring 2020 Only Pass/Fail option to undergraduate students.
The most immediate impact of the coronavirus was the cancellation of winter and spring championships.
University enlightens students about the details of remote learning as students begin to prepare for their first online classes
Jones resigned from his position in the university’s basketball program on April 13, 2018, after being placed on leave in early August 2018.
The Concert Choir Tour Ensemble trip was attended by 26 students, the choir director and a piano player, and included three concerts and a workshop with composer Ben Parry.
Now the senior class is waiting for answers about whether classes will return to an in-person format this semester and about graduation.
In a very eventful start to the league year, here are the five top interesting things that have happened.
As the situation surrounding the novel coronavirus changes, the university continues to take precautions to protect community members.
The decision to cancel these programs comes in light of new guidelines published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) about how to mitigate the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
The first virtual large group, which was held on Tuesday, March 17, was a success.
Online classes will be held through WebEx meetings or pre-recorded videos accompanied by assignments and exercises, depending on the preference of each professor.
At 8:40 p.m., news broke that the Utah Jazz and Oklahoma City Thunder game was postponed.
All event restrictions are intended to be effective through at least April 15, at which time more information will have been or will be communicated by the university.
Above, a microbiologist tests for for COVID-19