In response to the events of Charlottesville last month, the Pro Humanitate Institute (PHI) is partnering with the Humanities Institute to offer a “teach-in” for both students and staff.
Many of our campus traditions revolve around our university’s Pro Humanitate spirit, giving students the opportunity to volunteer their time and energy to improve the campus and the surrounding community.
As a Wake Forest student, you most likely innately possess an overachieving spirit that will probably compulsively make you want to complete this list as soon as possible. Just remember you have lots of time between freshman orientation and graduation to mark each item off.
Elizabeth Krizay, a statistics major from Lagrange, Georgia, is noted by many of her professors for her independent spirit, her intuitive questions and her ability to lift up those around her.
When Bruce Shen took his first computer science class his junior year of high school, he wouldn’t have guessed that it would end up becoming his major in college.
Virtual Reality goggles, a TJBot and a Raspberry Pi workshop room were just three of the features found at Wake Hacks Zero, the first official hackathon hosted on Wake Forest’s campus, on Saturday, April 8.
While “strange” is definitely a word you could use to describe the most recent Marvel movie, other words could include “enticing,” “dramatic” and “entertaining.”
Someone needs to teach Shonda Rhimes how to read the expiration dates on plot lines.
Many students followed the Wake Forest Men’s Basketball team this season as they made their way into the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2010.
Sophomore Myers McKinney, from Spartanburg, South Carolina, is recognized around campus for playing the piano outside of Subway, and more recently, in Benson.
Do you ever wonder about the origin of emojis, the science behind deja vu or the invention of decaf coffee?
Horoscopes can be amusing, but do not usually give any specific advice.
To say that this month’s release of BBC’s “Sherlock” season four has been long awaited would be quite the understatement.
Nick Raefski is a sophomore planning to major in economics and political science, which are seemingly standard selections considering his many different interests.
Many students of the Wake Forest community have stepped up in recent weeks to promote appreciation for campus custodial staff members, a position which makes a large impact in the lives of students but one that frequently goes unrecognized.
The Wake Forest department of mathematics and statistics hosted distinguished mathematician Mark Newman of the University of Michigan last week for its 32nd annual Gentry Lecture.
The new residence hall on south campus will be named Maya Angelou Hall, in honor of the late poet, author, activist and Wake Forest faculty member.
Sarah Rudasill is a familiar face around campus. As the president of Student Union, a student trustee on the Board of Trustees and a member of APO service fraternity, she keeps busy with extracurricular events. Rudasill is from New Oxford, Pennsylvania and is an economics major.
A familiar face on campus, Dr. Kirt Gonzales is much more than a Starbucks barista.
Children of the Winston-Salem community and their families celebrated the 28th annual Project Pumpkin on Wednesday, Oct. 26 on Hearn Plaza.
During her time at Wake Forest, Emaan Mahmood has become an integral member of the campus community.
The Undergraduate Research and Creative Services Center, URECA, hosted Wake Forest’s 10th annual Undergraduate Research Day on Friday, Oct. 7 before Family Weekend.
Jordan Rae Kelly, the Chief of Staff for the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s (FBI) Cyber Division and an alumna of Wake Forest class of 2005, came to campus Monday, Sept. 26 to give a presentation entitled “The FBI’s Cyber Division: Addressing Cyber Threats to our Nation.”
Several prominent staff and faculty members of the Wake Forest community, including dean of students Adam Goldstein and dean of Residence Life and Housing Donna McGalliard, hosted a discussion with students Monday, Sept. 19, regarding recent controversy about the housing policy on sign displays in dorm windows on campus.
Several patients of Brenner Children’s Hospital and their families were able to attend Saturday’s football game against the University of Delaware for free, thanks to Wake Forest Athletics partnership with non-profit organization Special Spectators.