Graduation Day is finally upon us. While many of us have been counting down the days to adulthood, others of us are still in denial. Although our time as Demon Deacons is coming to a close, there’s still time to check off the last of your Wake Forest bucket list.
Gabby Henriksen radiates kindness, empathy and curiosity among her peers.
You have committed blood, sweat and tears to training for your upcoming race, and now, it is almost here.
The sun was shining as the Wake Forest men’s tennis team swept unranked Virginia Tech 7-0 at the Wake Forest Tennis Complex on Tuesday, March 21, 2017.
Wake Forest School of Law welcomed U.S. Army Capt. Florent “Flo” Groberg in the Worrell Professional Center on Wednesday, March 15.
Experienced distance runners don’t disclose the unbearable ankle pain at mile 11 or the stiffness in your knees as you crawl to the finish line.
Winston-Salem is raising a frothy glass of beer to downtown’s latest addition: Wise Man Brewing.
Despite a disappointing loss to Duke on Saturday Jan. 28, Wake Forest basketball has a reason to celebrate.
The Banshees performed their third show of the year last Wednesday, Jan. 25, and they did not disappoint.
Traditional meets trendy at Winston-Salem’s new taco joint. Located on N. Liberty St., Crafted-The Art of the Taco boasts an elaborate selection of gourmet burgers, fresh salads and, of course, a variety of tacos.
Small Batch’s upbeat, diner-style counterpart is livening up downtown Winston-Salem’s restaurant scene. The micro-brewery’s sister restaurant, Burger Batch, opened in mid-November, just in time for end-of-semester celebratory dinner and drinks.
Video chatting with your best friends over holiday break is about to get a lot more convenient with the new smartphone app, Houseparty. Technology company Life On Air’s new iPhone and Android app is flourishing in social media spheres as millennials seek new ways to connect with their peers.
4,846 students. 194 student clubs and organizations. 35 major areas of study. Four years. One you. The cool November winds and daunting final exams often leave students feeling adrift at the mid-year mark. At a crossroads, many students cling to pre-established friendships as they wonder what else the university has to offer. Three Wake Forest […]
Jordan Bayer’s brilliant smile stretched to all corners of campus, touching the hearts of friends, faculty and alumni. While Sunday, Nov. 6 marked the one-year anniversary of his passing, Bayer’s generosity and selflessness is echoed in the benevolence of the Wake Forest community. Through fundraising events and generous donations, the campus continues to remember Bayer, […]
Brisk temperatures and fallen leaves indicate the turn of seasons, one which sends stressed-out, coffee-fueled college students to the library for hours upon end.
You should never judge a book by its cover, and you should never ever judge a restaurant by its facade. Identified by simple white lights dangling above the entrance, El Rancho Taqueria is a hole-in-the-wall Mexican restaurant on E. Sprague St.
A chill in the air and pumpkin decorations adorning every corner of campus mark the return of something sinister. No, not Halloween, but midterm exams.
For busy millennials, dating apps could mean true love.
You’ve worked hard — and I mean really hard — to keep up your diet all week. You’ve fought off fats and contested carbs with dignity. You’ve shown self-control to keep off the weight you worked so hard to lose.
The stillness of Hearn Plaza made for an exceptional outdoor yoga studio on Wednesday morning as Deacons practiced gentle yoga on the upper quad.
The vivid rainbow of fabric woven tightly together to make traditional Mayan huarache sandals is as unique as the men and women who hand craft them. Sold in abundance at Guatemalan markets, the huarache sandal is practical and fashionable, making it a staple in the Mayan community.
Dear Class of 2020,
In nine short months, I will take perhaps the shortest and most memorable walk of my life: graduation. Senior year feels surreal, and I’m still trying to figure out where the time went.
In North Carolina, the only thing sweeter than our tea is our dessert.
Closing the frost-paneled doors behind him, Joe Parrish’s presence instantly brightens the conference room. Relaxed, he takes a sip of a chilled Sunshine, his arctic blue eyes sparkling over the can’s rim. After graduating from Wake Forest as an English major, Parrish (‘95) created The Variable — a small advertising agency with big ideas.