Some voters are inspired by this election, others are hesitant about the political world. Some voters are left indifferent about the process entirely.
Voters along the political spectrum can agree on one aspect of this presidential election: its importance pertaining to the role of women in politics.
For students struggling with the ongoing stresses of Wake Forest, having a place to escape is a necessity. For this reason, many students choose Campus Grounds as their place of refuge.
The air is different around this presidential election. Years of accumulating frustrations with the political system have voters reacting differently to candidates and their issues.
Show off Winston-Salem to your parents this weekend.
This presidential election is indisputably different than those before it.
This January, students will take classes in the Innovation Quarter.
Meet John Bourgois, the campus minister for Reformed University Fellowship (RUF) at Wake Forest.
Those who know and cherish the Wake Forest community are all too familiar with the stigma of the “Wake Forest bubble.” This phenomena describes students’ restricted access to the world beyond the gated campus as a result of limited parking, three-year housing requirements and a surplus of on-campus amenities.
In the midst of a $625 million, 10-year construction project, Wake Forest is committed to offering students new, state-of-the-art facilities.
At a panel discussing the recent legislation regarding transgender rights in North Carolina, eight speakers were posed the simple question, “Who agrees with House Bill 2?”
Just across the bustling Polo Road, a few steps away from the stresses of campus lay a quiet, lush, green haven.
Easter is a holiday for celebration, and many choose to celebrate this day with fantastic food. The best Easter brunch in Winston-Salem is served at Mozelle’s Fresh Southern Bistro.