Considering the exhausting progression of news dumps from the turbulent White House, open and honest conversations about politics have rarely been more important or more difficult to find.
In the weeks since a white-nationalist rally protesting the removal of a statute of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee turned deadly, debates about the presence of Confederate symbols and monuments in public spaces have been revived.
Georgia O’Keeffe, a pioneering modernist artist known for her early abstract paintings of larger-than-life flowers and animal bones, wanted every aspect of her life and person to reflect the meticulous sense of austerity and detail that she applied to her paintings.
Donald Trump’s White House exploded with chaos and scandal even before it had the chance to staff up, and the president has indicated every intention of using his Congressional majority to remake our country in his own corrupt and petulant image.
When it comes to memorable presidential quotes, most of us might think of “Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country” or “Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall!”
College is often described as the best four years of your life, but that does not mean the beginning of your Wake Forest experience won’t be a little rocky.
After making the decision to attend Wake Forest — perhaps one of the biggest decisions you have made in your life — deciding what to study can be overwhelming.
Before Conner Brown realized his interest in philosophy, he already had a passion for debating and discussing big ideas. After debating at his high school in his hometown of Colfax, NC and investigating different programs and teams, Brown was drawn to Wake Forest and applied early decision due to its exceptional debate team.
Many students arrive at Wake Forest with little idea of what majors they intend to pursue, but such was not the case for Meghan Collins, who grew up in Connecticut and attended high school in London. She knew that she was interested in studying art history as a freshman and subsequently enrolled in a high-level […]
Long before the Declaration of Independence was even a glimmer in the eyes of our Founding Fathers, the successful, young Philadelphia printer Benjamin Franklin developed a plan for first public library in America.
An uncompromising and belligerent Republican who disparages political correctness.
Following national security adviser Michael Flynn’s resignation and Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ recusal from the Russia probe, a confidant of the president told Politico that “[Trump] is tired of everyone thinking his presidency is screwed up.”
What is next for the Federal Reserve? It’s a question that has seized the economic world lately.
At times, my life feels like space between weekly episodes of HBO’s Last Week Tonight.
Wake Forest’s home of Winston-Salem is a dynamic city with a rich Moravian history, but freshmen Jared Benckert and Michael Littrell believe that one aspect of its culture fails to represent the city’s heritage adequately: its flag.
When President John F. Kennedy dispatched his then-Secretary of State Dean Acheson to show the CIA surveillance photos of the Cuban missiles to French President Charles de Gaulle, de Gaulle replied that he didn’t need to see the photos of the weapons of mass destruction. “The word of the President of the United States is […]
Former Secretary of Education John King, Jr., a career educator who served during the final year of the Obama Administration, spoke about the future of public education on Feb. 24 at Wake Forest.
Investigative reporting is to journalism what hypothetical research is to science.
My decision to adopt a vegetarian diet a few months ago wasn’t a difficult one.
Three professors and an immigration lawyer analyzed the legality and aftermath of President Trump’s executive order on immigration.
If President Donald Trump ever gets around to writing a book about his presidency, he could title it “The Art of the Lie.”
The weather was damp and dreary on the morning of the Women’s March, but the atmosphere in Washington, D.C. was jubilant.
A myriad of Demon Deacons from both sides of the political aisle plan to travel to the nation’s capital the weekend of Jan. 20 to join hundreds of thousands of others for president-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration into office.
I will miss President Obama. He is the only president I remember clearly, and as my political awareness has grown over time, I have been struck more and more by the spirit of humanity, grace, integrity and intellectual brilliance that he radiates.
Ongoing renovations to the Reynolds Gymnasium have left the campus pool unusable until construction is complete in March 2018. While the new pool will have markedly improved features such as eight 25-yard lanes, a whirlpool, refurbished locker rooms, a wet classroom, expanded deck space and natural lighting, students currently lack an aquatics facility on campus.