Emily Beauchamp
Life Editor
Emily is a freshman from Winston-Salem, North Carolina and plans on majoring in Business and Enterprise Management with a minor in Spanish. She works part time as a waitress and in her spare time enjoys watching Netflix and playing video games.
ARTICLES BY Emily Beauchamp
Will Coleburn: Spanish
Graduation Tabloid · By

Senior Will Coleburn is a Spanish and Studio Art double major with a minor in Art History. He came to Wake Forest from his hometown of Marietta, GA.

May 4, 2018
Ned Gidley: Art History
Graduation Tabloid · By

Senior Edward (Ned) Gidley never expected to be an Art History major, however, after he took History of Photography with Dr. John Curley he knew that he wanted to pursue art history.

May 4, 2018
How To: Study Smarter
Life · By

The end of the school year is approaching quickly and students are beginning to prepare for their final exams. Here are a few study tips and tricks to help ace your finals. Five Day Study Plan  Everyone is told that the best way to learn is to study in small chunks over a long period […]

April 26, 2018
Best Brunches in Winston-Salem
Life · By

Many students like to sleep in on the weekends, so often times they sleep through breakfast. Here are four places in Winston-Salem to get a weekend brunch with friends. River Birch Lodge River Birch Lodge is known for its natural decor and its rustic atmosphere. However, on Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and […]

April 19, 2018
Puppies on Campus
Life · By

Students see dogs all over the Wake Forest campus but no one really knows what these puppies like to do with their time outside of class. Here is some insight to the secret lives of dogs on campus.

April 12, 2018
Quad Fashion: Spring Edition
Life · By

As winter turns into spring, students are taking advantage of the warmer weather. During this transition period, dresses, short sleeves and casual jeans are beginning to pop up around campus. Rose O’Brien, Senior  O’Brien’s outfit is the perfect way to stay warm during those cool spring mornings while still being prepared for the hotter afternoons. […]

March 29, 2018
Winston-Salem Offers Spring Break Alternatives
Travel · By

As midterms come and go, students are excited for the much-needed break they will receive next week. Many students will return home and others will go on exotic vacations with their friends and families, however, what about those of us who are remaining in Winston-Salem?

March 1, 2018
“Black Panther” Advocates for Social Change
Reviews · By

If you have not gotten the chance to see Black Panther, drop everything you are doing and take a trip down to the movie theater. This movie is beautifully written and puts a deep focus on various social issues. Black Panther is an incredible addition to the Marvel Universe. 

February 22, 2018
Art Spiegelman Expertly Captures a Holocaust Story
Reviews · By

Art Spiegelman creates a contemporary and compelling take on the Nazi Germany in his graphic novel, Maus. Maus reveals the story of Spiegelman’s father, Vladek, and his time in Poland during the Holocaust.

January 25, 2018
A Guide on how to Achieve your New Year’s Resolutions
Life · By

For busy college students, managing New Year’s resolutions can become difficult. However, here are a few tips that can be used to stay motivated and keep the resolutions during the semester.

January 18, 2018
Zack Snyder unites heroes in debut thriller
Reviews · By

The newest addition to the DC Franchise, Justice League, was released into theatres on Nov. 17.

December 3, 2017
Winston-Salem Holiday Gift Ideas
Life · By

Moravian Cookies Everybody loves food, especially cookies. One authentic Winston-Salem gift to get your family this holiday season is Moravian Cookies. They come in two basic flavors; Ginger Spice and Classic Sugar, but the Salem Baking Company has added other flavors like Pumpkin Spice and Classic Sugar dipped in mint chocolate. Moravian Cookies are a […]

November 17, 2017
The Red Legion invades a futuristic Earth
Reviews · By

The original Destiny game was met with a decent amount of criticism because it lacked a comprehensive plot to the campaign, and many gamers felt as though the developers were lacking in communication when the three expansion packs were released.

November 2, 2017
Where To Go During fall Break
Travel · By

Fall break is coming up next week and many students aren’t sure what they want to do. If you’re one of these people, here are some fun fall break ideas.

October 6, 2017