Katie Sprague is a sophomore communications major and studio art and psychology double minor from Augusta, ME. Sprague owns a photography business based in both Maine and North Carolina in which she specializes in wedding and senior portraits, family photos, newborn photos, self portraits and landscapes. Discovering her passion for photography at age 11, Sprague […]
U.S. News and World Report has ranked Wake Forest in the list of top-30 overall schools for the past 23 years, and this year is no exception. Their 2019 Best Colleges guide placed Wake Forest in the 27th overall spot against 312 other American universities.
While some telemarketers might gripe that ‘no one answers phone calls anymore,’ many Demon Deacons have answered the Call to Conversation over the past year through the Wake Forest Call to Conversation program, an initiative launched by the university last year to encourage a more open culture of conversation in our community.
A revised version of the Student Code of Conduct was released for the 2018-2019 school year by the Office of Student Engagement after a two-year review process. The former code had not been adjusted in twenty years. According to Associate Dean of Students Matthew Clifford, “It certainly needed to be updated because times have changed.”