It’s a wonderful time in the technology world. New gadgets and gizmos are being announced left and right, and I, for one, am very excited. Last Wednesday was one of the most anticipated tech-releases of the season. Apple unveiled its latest series of products in the Steve Jobs Theater at their headquarters in Cupertino, CA.
Many current college students will remember watching iCarly and thinking about how much fun it looked to create a web show. Now Wake Forest students will have the opportunity to start their own with Wake Forest’s latest initiative: The One Button Studio (OBS), an automated recording facility that enables faculty, students and staff to produce […]
Within its first academic year, Wake Forest’s newly established Department of Engineering reached an exciting and unprecedented achievement: an invitation to join the Kern Entrepreneurial Engineering Network (KEEN). KEEN is a national partnership of 37 universities whose shared goal is graduating engineers with entrepreneurial mindsets so they can create personal, economic and societal value through […]
This past Saturday, Feb. 17, students, faculty, and staff from Wake Forest University — along with community members from the Winston-Salem area — gathered together to listen to speakers from all over the world share their expertise at TEDxWakeForestU. From the start, the atmosphere brimmed with anticipation and excitement as Arthur Willson, the event’s Lead […]
What’s the difference between buying a venti Pumpkin Spice Latte from Starbucks and buying heroin? The answer, which I learned at the opioid epidemic panel hosted by the Neuroscience Club last Thursday, is shocking.
Are electric cars good for the environment? The answer seems pretty obvious, but last Thursday’s talk by Professor Stephen Holland — an economist and one of the world’s foremost authorities on electric vehicles — calls that into question. Before Professor Holland’s talk, I was one of millions hyped about the potential for electric cars. France, […]