When people ask me if I have siblings, I usually respond by saying either “one” or “two.” Sometimes I just mention Mecaria, my six-year-older sister who lives in Asheville, but most times I mention both Mecaria and Callie. Callie was part of the family for eleven or so years. She was a chubby pit-bull mutt […]
Working in an office is altogether odd for me. I assume because I am used to the daily process of going to class then going to Moe’s Southwest Grill and back to my room. But beyond the change of scheduling, the situation is something foreign to me. From 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., sitting at […]
A telling sign that a specific food is popular is when you can walk across a college campus and see the food’s name on a piece of attire. That, or if, when browsing Instagram, every recipe has the item in it. I am specifically talking about kale — it’s kind of a big deal right […]
It’s likely that during a student’s time at Wake Forest, one will either travel abroad or away from Wake Forest or has already. While not everyone can travel away from Wake Forest because of their major or other reasons, if you do travel away from campus, either for a semester or during the summer, chances […]
The other week I did something out of my comfort zone; I decided to go to a concert alone. I tried to convince friends to go, but no one was feeling it (probably because it was on a Wednesday night) and wasn’t being convinced by my unexceptional pitch.
After my first week at Wake Washington, I have not only spent an absurd amount of money, but I have also had some wonderful food. And while D.C. has many amazing things to do both through the program and outside of it, the food has been the spotlight of my experience. I have had South […]
Located at 1157 Polo Road, the Sustainability Theme House, or as its residents call it, “Susty,” stands as Wake Forest’s longest-running theme house.
While not every student has a green thumb, any student can grow one with Campus Garden. Campus Garden allows students to see the growing process first hand, see the beauty of farming and the blossoming of community.
One of Wake Forest’s most treasured events is next week, and its being talked about in every corner of campus.
With the League of Legends World Championship finals on Saturday, the world of Esports is holding its breath to see if SK telekom T1 (SKT) will win its third consecutive and fourth in total World Championship against Samsung Galaxy (SSG).
Considering how fast paced and routine based millennials are, it surprises me how Moe’s Southwest Grill would change something as sacred as their menu.
Sharing a room with someone, no matter if you know them or not, can be complicated to say the least.
Change is a natural thing within life and especially so on a college campus.
Team Solo Mid (TSM) is once again the victor of the North American LCS.
Coming to college is very scary — we all know that.
For being small in size, Wake Forest has a seemingly endless number of amazing study spots.
As a Winston-Salem native, coming to Wake Forest meant I already knew the city and the best places in Winston-Salem to hang out and eat.
Jamie Eisner has been in the Religion department since day one of her freshman year. Beyond the home she found in Wingate, she found a home at Wake Forest.
“Just the faculty at this school, 10 out of 10 diamonds,” Imogen Jenkins said.
Last week was the end of the road for the Wake Forest League of Legends Team A — their playoff run ended with a loss to Washington State University.