The residents of Winston-Salem deeply value the trendy coffee culture downtown, and students are no exception. Many local businesses serve students from neighboring high schools, colleges and universities. Coffee shops in downtown serve as more than just social spots to get coffee; rather, they also function as key study places for many students.
Walk through Wake Forest’s campus on any given afternoon and you’ll likely come across bikes parked outside each building, students touting reusable water bottles and any number of sustainability stickers pasted upon laptops and Nalgenes.
Issues pertaining to the integrity of journalism were explored on Wednesday as Professor Dean Franco, head of the Humanities Institute, gathered Wake Forest journalism and English faculty to discuss their individual experience in their fields within journalism.
The morning is coming to a close at the City With Dwellings overflow shelter.
The Office of Sustainability has launched a bike-sharing program that few people seem to know about, but plenty of people have found.
On Wednesday, Oct. 25, over 550 children arrived on campus to delight in an array of candy, crafts and carnival games as part of the 29th annual Project Pumpkin.
Recently, Campus Grounds was packed with people who crowded in to see sophomore Lucy Porter perform her stand-up comedy show, Lucy Porter: Is Trying Her Best.
The dynamic and often controversial nature of Swahili coastal architecture was discussed on Oct. 30 as Professor Prita Meier, an assistant professor of African art and architectural history at New York University, gave a lecture entitled “Oceanic Architecture: Mobility and Territoriality on the Swahili Coast.”
Below the calm surface of the Everglades, a water snake darts after a small-body fish known as the mangrove rivulus. Gaining on the fish, the water snake starts to open its mouth, preparing to savor its dinner.
Entering ZSR Library’s Special Archives & Collections room on Monday felt like entering another world. Lights dimmed, candles lit and tables lined with chocolates, merlot and first-edition novels — this was “Spooky Night.”
Each semester, the Classical Languages department hosts several Colloquium events, bringing distinguished scholars to campus in‐person or via video conferencing for lectures and seminars.
With so many food options in Winston-Salem, people usually get stuck in the rut of only eating at the popular restaurants, instead of exploring other options.
In recognition of last week’s National Alcohol Awareness Week, Wake Forest’s P.E.E.R.S. (Peers Educating, Engaging, Reaching & Supporting) group offered a host of activities, including a standard drink challenge, an alcohol Jeopardy game and a trivia night focusing on knowledge of Thrive-related concepts, amongst others.
Zac Brown Band held an outdoor concert in Raleigh, less than a week after the Las Vegas concert massacre. Did anyone show up?
Behind the closed doors of Winston Hall’s labs, biology students are busy at work studying honey bees, identifying species and examining fungi in magnolia leaves.
Pi Sigma Alpha, Wake Forest’s Politics Honor Society, hosted a panel discussion on Oct. 19, examining current issues about immigration in U.S. politics.
In a postbellum North Carolina in 1875, war veteran and Wake Forest student James Denmark deeply valued education but was concerned with the cost by which so many around him were burdened.
It’s not often that the Wake Forest football team, representing the smallest school in the Power-5 conferences, makes national headlines for its play on the field.
Demon Deacon Students, Happy Family Weekend to you, I hope you all get to enjoy time with your families and part of that time includes the football game Saturday at 12:20pm against Louisville at BB&T Field.
The country-wide political divisions of the past year and a half have not left the Wake Forest campus alone.
Data from a Wake Forest wellness survey suggest that the university’s hard-working culture leads students to ignore symptoms of mental illness.
In December of 2014, then-assistant Vice President for University Events Jennifer Richwine moved to Washington, D.C. to begin the nearly three-year process of establishing Wake Forest’s physical presence in the nation’s capital.
Junior Smiti Kaul, a double major in computer science and mathematics, recieved the Grace Hopper Conference scholarship and attended the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing in early October.
The American political landscape has in recent months been fraught with an epistemic crisis as, according to English professor Dean Franco, “Political operatives and allies of the current president began challenging the veracity of all sorts of modes of truth.”
Typically, electric bikes and household recycling are not perceived to be major climate change solutions. However, according to Katherine Wilkinson, these two examples serve as viable mechanisms to reverse the impact of climate change.