Dating back to the reopening of Wake Forest’s doors in 1868 following the end of the Civil War, the Senior Colloquium is a tried-and-true tradition. It is a celebration of student oratory excellence and scholastic competition, in which 35 of Wake Forest’s seniors are nominated to write an essay on a critique of culture or […]
Just like that, the 60th annual Grammy awards are over. As one of the busiest nights of the movie industry closes, we are all left pouring over the results, seeing who got their due praise, who got snubbed and who came out of left field.
Aaron Carter, the famed “I Want Candy,” singer has made an impressive reemergence in the music scene.
I have noticed something really disconcerting at Wake Forest. Something that has been under-acknowledged with potentially deadly consequences.
2017 is just beginning, but even now art and culture are drastically shifting around to newer and more popular trends.
As the new school year begins, many of us may find our mind drifting away from our dim laptop screens in ZSR in favor of the warring and chaotic land of Westeros.
There’s an epidemic sweeping the nation. More and more kids — each younger than the last — are finding themselves chained to an orange bottle given to them by their doctors.
After a year-long hiatus from the public’s eye and social media, Ed Sheeran is back with his third album to date.
Just like America, I’m torn. This election has ruined friendships, strained families and created an overwhelmingly tense campus presence. But now it’s over, and we have a victor.