Luggage can take different meanings. It can be a physical object or a concept; a tote full of items or a bearer of past baggage and burdens, as Dr. Susan Harlan expands upon in her new book, Luggage.
On Dec. 4, Sen. Benjamin Sasse (R-NE), an author, father and lawmaker, engaged in a discussion with Provost Rogan Kersh in Broyhill Auditorium as part of Wake Forest’s 2017-2018 Rethinking Community program.
Investigating the increasing borrowing rates by governments all over the world, Richard Salsman analyzed the “tipping points” of public debt and explained why governments borrow and why they may find it necessary to default.
Carrying brochures advertising adventure and pamphlets promising world-class experiences, Wake Forest students wandered between displays and representatives that shared information concerning study abroad programs available to undergraduates.
With the help of promotional efforts from Wake Forest entrepreneurial students, Providence Restaurant of Winston-Salem hosted a Student Night on April 8.
Turning conventional market wisdom on its head, John Tamny gave a thought-provoking presentation to students and faculty members to show why he thinks what is commonly believed about free markets is untrue.
Mystery and history are combined in a new book that follows a centuries-old secret’s journey through time in a new biblio-mystery novel.
Award-winning poet, novelist and professor of creative writing at Appalachian State University Joseph Bathanti will visit campus as Wake Forest’s Writer-in-Residence from Feb. 20 to Feb. 24.
On Feb. 8, Wake Forest’s chapter of Pi Sigma Alpha, the National Political Science Honor Society, sponsored a panel titled “The First 100 Days: Analyzing the Trump Presidency.”
Wake Forest Emergency Medical Services (WFEMS), which has provided care to the campus community since 1996, recently received an upgraded vehicle to assist them in efficiently serving the campus.
Members of the Christian, all-male a cappella group recorded their 14th album with the theme “finding direction.”
On March 18, around 200 participants from Wake Forest and the Winston-Salem community gathered for the second annual Friendship Walk hosted by Best Buddies.
The Pro Humanitate spirit was not absent in the late Erin Levitas’ four years at Wake Forest, and it still lives on in honor of the former Demon Deacon.
Wake Forest named the 2016 Martin Luther King “Building the Dream” winners at a ceremony Jan. 18 at a Martin Luther King banquet.
Last weekend, the Wake Forest University dance team competed at the Universal Cheerleading Association & Universal Dance
As with many things, it is easier to have good habits when the people you surround yourself with also share those habits. That’s the idea behind the Sustainability House, living in a community where getting into the habit of taking care of the environment with sustainable living is the norm. The Sustainability House — or […]
No one wants to read Moby Dick, English professor Eric Wilson claims, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t read it. In fact, according to him, everyone should. On Oct. 26 in the Porter Bryum Welcome Center, students and members of the community gathered to learn more about the staple of a novel as part of […]
Use your best gifts and skills to add value to the world: a tall order that’s easier said than done, but nonetheless was discussed by an extraordinary leader on October 20. “To me it is so personal that all of us have to decide, ‘What are the short list of principles that I’m going to […]