Austin Cook
Looking ahead while commemorating the past
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“Consider, for instance, the enormous proportions our little print may assume … thus we place ourselves before a public which is not, we hope, too critical, a public  from whose hands we have every reason to expect sympathy, encouragement, cooperation.”

January 14, 2016
Ross passes on 2016 U.S. Senate bid
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Thomas W. Ross, outgoing president of the University of North Carolina System, confirmed to a group of students on Nov. 3 that he will not run for the U.S. Senate in 2016, closing the door on a possible run against Republican Sen. Richard Burr. Ross kept open the possibility of running for office in the […]

November 5, 2015
Administrators address concerns over IQ move
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Just three weeks after the university announced it would begin offering certain undergraduate courses in downtown Winston-Salem, administrators are trying to address concerns over a move that some say will split the Reynolda campus in two. Starting in spring of 2017, some undergraduate chemistry and biology courses would be taught at Innovation Quarter, the research […]

October 15, 2015
Kevin Anderson wins 2015 Winston-Salem Open
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In front of a packed crowd on Aug. 29, world No. 15 Kevin Anderson became the 2015 Winston-Salem Open champion with a 6-4, 7-5 victory over French qualifier Pierre-Hugues Herbert. This is Anderson’s first title since 2012 in a year in which he has come up short in two other finals in Memphis, Tenn., and […]

August 30, 2015
Winston-Salem Open returns for fifth year
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The Winston-Salem Open, the annual ATP 250 event held at Wake Forest, began on Aug. 22 with one of its strongest player fields in the tournament’s five-year history. This year, the field has included three top-20 players, including world No. 11 Gilles Simon of France; No. 15 Kevin Anderson of South Africa; and No. 19 […]

August 27, 2015
Enjoy college without breaking the bank
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Living on your own for the first time away from home brings a huge swath of new opportunities. These next four years will be (for most of you) the first time when you’ll be almost fully in charge of your schedule. As a wise professor once told a freshman class I sat in, college is […]

August 22, 2015
Tips for your abroad experience
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Even though you’re only starting your first year as an undergrad, it really is never too early to be thinking about a possible semester abroad at some point during your college years. Spending a semester or summer exploring a new part of the world can be a life changing experience, so here are some tips for […]

August 22, 2015
Letter from the Editor: Welcome to Wake
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Dear Class of 2019, It feels like just a few months ago when I moved into Babcock as a nervous, wide-eyed freshman who didn’t know a single person on this campus. Three years later, as a senior struggling to reconcile the fact that I only have a single year left here, I wish I could […]

August 20, 2015
Colbert delivers thoughtful address
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Legendary comedian and incoming Late Show host Stephen Colbert delivered a humorous, heartfelt and thought-provoking address

May 20, 2015