Based on the fact she served as the Head Captain of the Dance Team and
For Anna Gustin, the study of Japanese at Wake Forest was about much more than
Senior Tara Coady knew during her college search that she wanted to leave her home
For Luisa Fernandez, her experience at Wake Forest is best summed up by one word:
Senior David Brinsky’s passion for the German language started in high school. After studying the
Initially, Margie Feng simply wanted to be able to speak to her grandfather, a French
Most people that meet Brynn Jackel for the first time are immediately impacted by her
Graduation Day is finally upon us. While many of us have been counting down the
“Just the faculty at this school, 10 out of 10 diamonds,” Imogen Jenkins said.
Emily Beisler knew she wanted to major in education since she was in middle school.
“A number of Wake Forest students work hard to learn things well, occasionally to the
When Bruce Shen took his first computer science class his junior year of high school,
Upon meeting Sydni Williams and Bradley Singleton, it seems obvious that they have a passion
When senior Akua Maat started at Wake Forest, she would have scoffed at the thought
Flip to a random page in the biography of Chinese and economics double-major Darria Chance
Wake Forest’s small student population, involved faculty and resources for research drew Hannah Martin to
Heather Livingston is a graduating senior from Wakefield, MA.
One of the things that drew Daniel Nelli to Wake Forest was the opportunity for
At first, Robbie Wood Baldwin did not know if he would like to study at
Many students arrive at Wake Forest with little idea of what majors they intend to
Gabby Henriksen radiates kindness, empathy and curiosity among her peers.
Ever since seventh grade, Heather Key knew she wanted to major in accounting. As a
Four years never seemed like they would fly by this quickly. A mysterious unknown with
Dear Class of 2017, I am sure it is hard to imagine that your four