Dean Shore is officially the Campus Barber, but is more widely known, unofficially, as Wake Forest’s campus photographer. However, Shore isn’t even paid for his photography and struggles to keep clients during the summer months, so why does he do it?
Liz Orr is the Coordinator for Catholic Programming out of the Office of the Chaplain. She is originally from outside of Boston, where she earned her Masters of Arts in Pastoral Ministry from Boston College School of Theology and Ministry. She has led many Interfaith Wake Alternative Break (WAB) trips in her time at Wake, […]
Studying abroad is undoubtedly one of the greatest opportunities for a college student to experience. Not only do you get to travel around with friends, learn about other cultures and experience incredible food, but it is also a time to completely escape out of your comfort zone and learn so much about yourself.
Emily Beisler knew she wanted to major in education since she was in middle school. Her mom and sister both went to Wake Forest so when she was looking for colleges and saw that Wake Forest had an education program, she knew it was the right choice.
Upon meeting Sydni Williams and Bradley Singleton, it seems obvious that they have a passion for communication.
On Thursday, April 9, Wake Forest Traditions Council held their sixth annual Arnold Palmer Day from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the Magnolia Quad.
‘Love Your Melon’ (LYM) is an apparel brand that 20 Wake Forest students have joined as campus crew members who are dedicated to fighting against pediatric cancer.
On Friday, Feb. 3, Student Union partnered with the Traditions Council to hold a Birthday Bash, celebrating Wake Forest’s 183rd birthday in Benson from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Although Wake Forest has improved its healthy-eating options throughout campus over the past couple of years, some students still seem to believe that there are a lack of choices for healthy eating or for gluten-free students.