From March 19 to March 25, the Office of Sustainability at Wake Forest hosted the Beauty in the World We Find: the 2017 Celebration of the Earth to assure those taking small steps towards sustainability that their efforts are in fact aiding the restoration of our precious environment.
A new Planned Parenthood inspired group focuses on promoting the individual rights and choices of women.
The contemporary music sextet, Eighth Blackbird, recently introduced the Wake Forest community to classical music with a twist: reimagining the sound of the widely known genre from an innovative point of view through the eyes of a younger generation.
On Jan. 15, participating local Subway restaurants in the Piedmont Triad area kicked off a special Coaches vs. Cancer campaign.
With the start of the new year, Wake Forest will offer new classes this spring semester that will focus on a broad range of subject matter, allowing some students a first-hand look at fresh material taught by familiar professors.
When I walked in, the smell reminded me of my grandmother’s house — a smell I wouldn’t classify as unpleasant, yet one that is quite distinct.
When the trees become covered in red and orange leaves and the crisp wind helps them fall gently to the ground, Wake Forest is transformed into the “Most Beautiful College in the Fall,” according to bestcollegevalues.org.
Many students consider themselves adequately prepared to make educated decisions regarding voting on Nov. 8 simply from media coverage of presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.