Julia Haines
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Julia is a junior from Chapel Hill studying Statistics and Computer Science. On campus, she’s an active member of service fraternity Alpha Phi Omega and a student representative for the state chapter of the American Statistical Association. She most recently spent a semester studying abroad in Edinburgh, Scotland. In her free time, she enjoys running in the rain and convincing friends to play pick up frisbee.
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WFBMC accepts CTSI research grant
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The Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI), which is funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), recently awarded Brian Lally, radiation oncologist of Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, a grant to study the work of TaketheFight, a nonprofit organization which partners Wake Forest students with cancer patients to be […]

January 14, 2016
New app offers access to jobs and internships
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Marketplace, a new resource created by the Office of Personal and Career Development (OPCD) on Nov. 13, will help students find unique internships and job opportunities beyond

December 3, 2015
HAVEN: Online course combats sexual assault
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In the first phase of a new administrative effort to tackle the issue of sexual assault on campus, students are required to complete the first half of HAVEN, an online sexual assault course aimed at educating students, by Monday, Nov. 16. “Sexual assault is a significant challenge for universities and colleges nationwide, seriously affecting the […]

November 12, 2015
Spotlight: Matalee Reed
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Senior volleyball player Matalee Reed of Dallas, Texas is finishing her third and final season for the Demon Deacons.  After transferring from Pepperdine at the end of her freshman year, Reed has proven to be successful both on the court and in the classroom, boasting two All-ACC Academic Volleyball selections in both 2013 and 2014.  […]

November 12, 2015
Deacon Profile: Sarah Bischoff
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Junior Sarah Bishcoff is the junior co-chair for the Wake Forest Hit the Bricks organization, which raises money for the Brian Piccolo Cancer Research Fund every year through a relay-race event held on the upper quad in the fall semester. Next year, Sarah will be the senior co-chair for the organization.  Bischoff’s love of running and […]

October 15, 2015