I. Guest Speaker The Assistant Director of Community Partnerships for the Office of Civic and
A gender-inclusive bathroom has been newly installed on the third floor of Benson
Larceny • Unknown subject stole checks from victim’s office in Reynolda. The report was filed
Kendi delivers keynote speech to celebrate the memory and legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr.
Earlier this month, T.H.M. Gellar-Goad, a professor in the classics department, was awarded the Activism Award from the Lambda Classical Caucus for his work on protecting LGBTQI+ members of the Classical Association of the Middle West and South.
After a semester of racial tensions on campus, students and administration debate the idea of a zero-tolerance policy for white supremacy
Students in first-year residence halls can participate in a self-assessment of their sustainability
Beginning with the class of 2021, students can graduate with sustainability degrees
Hailing from Fayetteville, N.C. is Ona Udoh, a star forward on the Wake Forest Women’s Basketball team.
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.
When it comes to a university’s endowment, a large increase in capital comes with an increase in visibility and responsibility in managing that money.
Beloved Deacon Dining employee Lemonydue White, affectionately known as Lemont by the university community, passed away on Dec. 19.
Sophomore Olivia Thonson is a dedicated spokesperson for women’s rights.
While going to a bowl game is an athletic feat every year, it is also
At the legendary Yankee Stadium, Wake Forest’s (8-5) three-straight bowl game winning streak came to
On Saturday, Nov. 30, four Wake Forest men’s basketball student-athletes were allegedly involved in an
As the sweet potatoes and green beans are being harvested in preparation for the coming
Walking back and forth along the same seven-mile stretch for 40 days seems like an
Presented by Professor Joanna Ruocco, author and poet Abbey Mei Otis, another poet presented by
This is the fourth and final part of a series entitled “Moving On.” The Old
On Tuesday evening, students, biology professors, Sustainability Office representatives and more gathered in Pugh Auditorium
Congratulations Wake Forest, you understand it. But your parents might not, and they might not
This is the third part in a series entitled “Moving On.” The Old Gold &
The daughter of a plant worker in Merry Hill, N.C., Derri Stormer has always been
Wake Forest ended racial segregation in its undergraduate college in 1962, according to a Wake