Akua Maat: Classics
Life· By

When senior Akua Maat started at Wake Forest, she would have scoffed at the thought of being a Latin major. However, after being frustrated by her Spanish class in the first semester, she decided to sign up for an introductory Latin course in the spring semester. In this class, she thrived.

April 27, 2017
Darria Chance: Chinese
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Flip to a random page in the biography of Chinese and economics double-major Darria Chance and it might look like a walkthrough of her routine to get ready for the day. That includes natural hair care, a bowl of oatmeal and  lots of makeup artistry with tutorial guidance.

April 27, 2017
Hannah Martin: Chemistry
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Wake Forest’s small student population, involved faculty and resources for research drew Hannah Martin to attend the college so near to her home.

April 27, 2017
Meghan Collins: Art History
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Many students arrive at Wake Forest with little idea of what majors they intend to pursue, but such was not the case for Meghan Collins, who grew up in Connecticut and attended high school in London. She knew that she was interested in studying art history as a freshman and subsequently enrolled in a high-level […]

April 27, 2017
Heather Key: Accountancy
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Ever since seventh grade, Heather Key knew she wanted to major in accounting. As a native North Carolinian who grew up less than 30 miles from campus, she found Wake Forest to be just far enough away to enjoy her time away from home. 

April 27, 2017
How to stay healthy during finals week
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With finals quickly approaching, students will be spending more time hidden away in the depths of ZSR and various buildings on campus. Yet, it is essential to have a positive and productive study experience.

April 20, 2017
Rapper shows off lyrical prowess
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In the late hours of the night on April 14, Kendrick Lamar released his fourth full length studio album, titled DAMN. The album is headlined by Lamar’s newest hit single, “HUMBLE,” which he released two weeks prior.

April 20, 2017
Theater spotlights many different student narratives
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“I am more than what meets the eye” — the central message of the student written and directed play Reflexions, a social commentary that explores the concepts and stereotypes of gender, race, sexual orientation, identity, religion, politics and other polarizing identifiers that have become central aspects to every persons’ unique identity around the world.

April 20, 2017
Winston-Salem offers fun summer activities
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Although the last day of class is approaching rapidly and summer is just around the corner, many Deacs may be opting to stay in Winston-Salem this summer, either for summer classes or employment opportunities.

April 20, 2017
Exclusive: Ben Wilson of Blues Traveler interviews with the OGB
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Ben Wilson is the keyboardist for American jam band Blues Traveler, winner of a Grammy Award and creator of two platinum-selling albums. Their latest album is Blow Up the Moon, a collaboration with other artists such as Plain White T’s, The Dirty Heads, 3OH!3 and Jewel. They are now on tour all over the country, […]

April 20, 2017
Asheville mixes quirky and cool
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After a grueling week of exams, group projects and pop quizzes, nothing serves as a better weekend escape than a trip to Asheville — a unique haven tucked away in the mountains of Western North Carolina.

April 13, 2017