Week two of the 2017 college football season did not have the same last minute shockers that week one graced fans with, but Saturday, Sept. 9 was still a great day to watch athletes battle it out on the gridiron.
Week one of the 2017-2018 college football season got off to an outstanding start this past weekend.
Callie Cleckner arrived at Wake Forest with an open mind as to what her major may be. However, she quickly became interested in sociology after her freshman year.
When senior Akua Maat started at Wake Forest, she would have scoffed at the thought of being a Latin major. However, after being frustrated by her Spanish class in the first semester, she decided to sign up for an introductory Latin course in the spring semester. In this class, she thrived.
On Tuesday, April 11, four North Carolina lawmakers proposed legislation that could potentially have major negative implications for the Atlantic Coast Conference. If House Bill 728 passes, any university funded by the state of North Carolina would be required to pull out of any league that openly boycotts the state.
Thursday, April 6 will mark the first Masters Tournament since the passing of Wake Forest legend Arnold Palmer.
Daniel Pachino also contributed to this article.
With national signing day in the books, college football fans now have a clearer picture of what the top 25 may look like in 2017.
Billy Hamilton, a Russian Professor and member of local bluegrass band Unbroken Circle, has been a member of the Wake Forest community for over 30 years.
On Sunday, Jan. 22, baseball lost a stud. Yordano Ventura, 25, aptly nicknamed “Ace,” perished in a car accident in his home nation, the Dominican Republic.
A quick skim of my previous pieces will show that I fully opposed Donald Trump’s election.
In the months leading up to the election on Nov. 8, there was speculation of election fraud coming out of the Trump campaign.
When Donald Trump shocked the world on Tuesday, Nov. 8 by winning the presidential election, he did so by tapping into the historic reality of white supremacy in the U.S.
I am from California, but since I go to school in one of the most significant counties in one of the nation’s most significant states of the 2016 election, I opted to register to vote here in North Carolina.
As of today, there are 12 days until the general election.
If you have read any of my prior opinion pieces, it is blatantly obvious, even if solely implied, that I will not cast my vote for Donald Trump.
On June 2, 2016, Speaker of the House Paul Ryan made the critical error of officially endorsing Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. While this decision was one devoid of morals and marked Ryan’s departure from true conservatism — as Trump is a populist and an opportunist — it was also a horribly poor career decision.
Recent polling data shows that roughly eight to 11 percent of voters will be supporting a third party candidate in the 2016 general election. The bulk of those votes will be cast for the Libertarian Party’s Gary Johnson.
On both sides of the aisle this presidential election, powerful populist uprisings have supported the notion that, the free trade deals that the U.S. has entered in recent history have resulted in massive job loss.