Professional sports teams are an important part of a city’s image, culture and a source of pride for millions of people.
With exams right around the corner, many have already started their self-imposed exile in the library (or their own study spot of choice). We all want to do well on exams to raise that stubborn GPA and be showered with praise when we go home for break, but we also should not sacrifice our mental […]
Stephen King’s “End of Watch,” his 55th novel and the third book of his Bill Hodges trilogy, came out this summer and did not disappoint.
The final countdown until the polls open on Nov. 8 is on.
“Now You See Me 2,” sequel to the popular 2013 film materialized in theaters last summer. The Horsemen return to continue their Robin Hood-esque robbing the rich and corrupt to reveal their crimes and bring about justice.
This year’s election cycle has already been one of the most polarizing on record, and Monday’s debate, unsurprisingly did nothing to diffuse the controversy as millions of Americans, including many students at Wake Forest, tuned in to watch.
This year, for the first time, Reynolds Gym was empty on first-year move-in day.
Looking back on the last year, the build-up to the 2016 election has been crazy and unexpected, and it is still months away. When Donald Trump first entered the race, everyone laughed — no one seriously thought he had a chance of winning the Republican nomination, let alone the presidency.
Living within approximately half a mile of Wake Forest’s nine dining options — not including the four coffee shops — definitely has its perks.
Before beginning college, most people probably have never lived with a roommate except for — in my case, anyway — my dog who slept at my feet. Unfortunately, unless Residence Life and Housing recently changed the roommate policy, I’m sorry to say, your roommate will likely not be a dog, so living with someone else […]
Living on your own for the first time is exciting. Your parents are not around to look over your shoulder likely for the first time in your life. But with the newfound freedom comes greater responsibility.
The Wake Forest University Police Department (WFUPD) aims to make campus a little safer with a new initiative they are creating: the Deacon Student Patrol.
Award winning actress Viola Davis, best known for her roles in “The Help,” “How to Get Away with Murder” and upcoming film, “Suicide Squad,” spoke to about 1,500 people in Wait Chapel on Saturday.
In September, Wake Forest juniors Tim Collis and Tom Worcester, who were looking to get involved with an entrepreneurial project, started the company Loopey Laces which sells shoe laces with sorority letters on them.
Students came together this week to participate in various activities to celebrate the spring season as part of Student Union’s traditional Springfest.
Natalie Wilson also contributed to this column.
Former president Bill Clinton campaigned for his wife, Hillary Clinton, to a crowd of students and community members at Wake Forest in the Professional Center Library on Sunday, ahead of Tuesday’s North Carolina primary. The event was organized by “Wake the Vote.” Winston-Salem councilwoman Denise Adams and Winston-Salem mayor Allen Joines introduced and endorsed Hillary Clinton. They […]
Within the last few years, 3D printers have gained national attention as their potential uses continue to increase. Scientists at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center (WFUBMC) are adding to that list after they recently proved that printing live tissue to replace injured tissue in patients is possible. “We take a very small piece of tissue […]
Wake Forest College Republicans hosted former Louisiana senator and congressional candidate Elbert Guillory on Feb. 12.
Once a month, members of the Alexander Literary Organization, a student-run organization at Wake Forest, pile into their cars and drive an hour west to the Alexander Correctional Institute.
AACSB International, the global accrediting body and membership association for business schools, recognized the Wake Forest School of Business on Feb. 1 for its innovation and creativity.
Recently, Wake Forest was awarded a three-year, $650,000 grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to help the university expand its liberal arts and humanities programs.
On Jan. 20, approximately 80 educators from universities across the U.S. endorsed the “Making Caring Common” project which advocates for changes in the universities’ admissions practices.
Mental illness is often misunderstood in society, so in recent years, several groups across the country and the world have tried bringing them to national attention. Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), schizophrenia and depression are just three of the many mental illnesses that are often misunderstood.
Katy Lack is an assistant teaching professor in the biology and neuroscience departments at Wake Forest. The neuroscience department is a relatively new program that is quickly developing.