Senior Brittany Ezer has discreetly lived her four years at Wake Forest with a pretty big secret: she is one of the many faces behind the Demon Deacon mascot. Beginning during the second week of her freshman year, Ezer has been working the crowds and walking the walk as one of the mascots at everything […]
Last month, Black Mirror, a British television series produced with Netflix, released its fourth season. The six new episodes continue to incorporate the trademark element of the show: the equal presence of such technologically advanced ideas that seem so far from the present, in play with intricate plots which tackle relatable human struggles.
As the holidays are quickly approaching, the need to find affordable and original gifts for friends and family is becoming more and more urgent. With a student’s budget and a small amount of time, these three websites are perfect for finding creative presents for loved ones.
While Campus Grounds was filled to the brim with curious listeners, Can-I-Poet’s fall showcase successfully delivered both emotionally vulnerable and simply hilarious slam poetry.
Winston-Salem and Forsyth County is the fifth largest school system in North Carolina, according to the Department of Education.
Mr. Robot’s third season began in total darkness, literally.
For the busy college student, it can be hard to make meals yourself. However, with only a few ingredients and minimal time, you can make any meal in your dorm room microwave.
With a welcoming environment, a lone podium and copious amounts of refreshments, the Creative Writing Department’s first Literary Salon of the year, taking place in Ammons Lounge, had all of the makings to deliver a transformative afternoon of poetry and essay reading.
During the ninth annual World Cultural Fair, students gathered at Manchester Plaza to celebrate culture, cuisine and choreographed routines representing countries from around the world.
The Charlotte and Philip Hanes Art Gallery unveiled a new installation, curated by the Student Union Art Acquisitions Committee (SUACC), on Sept. 15.
UC Davis professor Andrés Reséndez, who teaches undergraduate courses in Latin American and Mexican history, gave a lecture on the enslavement of the American native population to students, faculty and staff on Sept. 8.
Beginning with Move-In on Aug. 23 and ending with a night of de-stressing before class on Aug. 27, first-year students were welcomed onto campus with a variety of Orientation activities.
On Aug. 28, students, faculty and staff gathered for a candlelight vigil aiming to address and reflect upon the recent events that occurred in Charlottesville, VA.