The Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) estimates that 53,000 students across the United States applied to medical schools for the 2016-17 academic year.
Walking back and forth along the same seven-mile stretch for 40 days seems like an
Meredith Vaughn is a junior majoring in engineering from Greensboro, N.C. She is a member
On Monday evening, the denizens of Wake Forest congregated at the center of campus in
Freshman Curtis Black has proved a polarizing figure on Wake Forest’s campus since his arrival
On a breezy autumn evening, students filed into Wait Chapel to attend a talk by
Coleman Greene is a senior at Wake Forest from Richmond, Va. He is a philosophy
Beginning at 7 p.m. on Oct. 3, Hearn plaza will bear witness to a three-day
Wake Forest’s campus was nearly deserted at 8 a.m. last Saturday morning, with one exception:
On the evening of Sept. 16, Wake Forest graduate students living on Polo Road discovered
Dylan King is a senior majoring in mathematics and computer science and minoring in chemistry.
At 12:15 p.m. on Sept. 11, the bustling thoroughfare at the center of the traffic
On Sept. 10, the night before the hustle and bustle of Wake Forest’s fall 2019
Billionaire industrialist David Koch passed away on Friday, Aug. 23, at the age of 79.
The Wake Forest Office of Wellbeing’s Thrive initiative celebrated its fifth anniversary on Wednesday. Arrive
President Nathan O. Hatch announced on July 31 the administration’s newest initiative for campus: The
The campus community mourns the loss of psychology research assistant and master’s program alumnus Jessica
“Work Forest” is a nickname that most of you freshmen have undoubtedly heard; when classes
We all remember “that” freshman from high school. They would get lost in the hallways
Contrary to popular belief, humanity has yet to completely vanquish the once all-encompassing paradigm of
I suppose an article about Forrest Gump does not seem particularly timely. Robert Zemeckis’ beloved
Burdened by a burgeoning education, amid my sophomore year I elected English to be my
A 17-foot-deep pit of dirt and gravel the size of a city block might catch
Chaundee Brown is a sophomore on the Wake Forest Men’s Basketball team. He received numerous