Wake Forest students who anticipate the dark, underground, Hogwarts-style ambiance of Campus Grounds will be surprised upon walking into the new and improved student-run coffee shop. The renovations of Taylor and Efird residence halls, which include the Campus Grounds space, were major projects the university worked on all summer to complete in time for students’ […]
There’s been a bold addition to the Wake Forest campus, and it’s hard to miss. Located on the lawn in front of the Z. Smith Reynolds Library sat an interconnected web of different colored yarns, which at first sight appeared to be a simple hand-built structure.
This past week, the Wake Forest community participated in annual celebrations of distinguished alumnus, Arnold Palmer. The celebrations included Arnold Palmer Day and a lecture by James Dodson, author of Arnold Palmer’s autobiography A Golfer’s Life as part of the ZSR’s Library Lecture Series. April 5, known on campus as Arnold Palmer Day, is a […]
Having a full day of classes get cancelled is a rarity in college. Due to a winter storm on Jan. 17, the first day of the new semester was a snow day for Wake Forest students. Early morning classes were cancelled for the rest of the week.
On Nov. 9, Campus Kitchen hosted Robin Emmons as the keynote speaker to kick off National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week at Wake Forest.
Beginning directly after fall break, students will have the opportunity to enroll in a newly created class that aims to prepare them for education-based community service.
Members of the Wake Forest community have responded quickly and effectively to the devastation of Hurricane Harvey by organizing clothing drives and fundraisers.