Wake Forest announced on Feb. 2 that that former Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Official and Wake Forest alumnus Stan Meiburg has been selected to direct the Wake Forest Graduate Programs in Sustainability.
Although the heart of campus seems to be flooded with activity, it is the edges of Wake Forest that are hopping with new additions — beckoning students, faculty and staff to take advantage of improvements to the outdoor campus recreation facilities when weather permits.
Every Friday at noon, the Women’s Center hosts a discussion session called T.G.I. Feminism.
For citizen writer Terry Tempest Williams, the spiritual power of literature and storytelling has allowed her to resist prevalent social and environmental issues such as land depravation.
GFC allows students, faculty and staff to collaborate and ensure that cultural cuisines are available in campus dining.
The looming winter morning is cold, dark, bleak.
Wake Forest Emergency Medical Services (WFEMS), which has provided care to the campus community since 1996, recently received an upgraded vehicle to assist them in efficiently serving the campus.
The contemporary music sextet, Eighth Blackbird, recently introduced the Wake Forest community to classical music with a twist: reimagining the sound of the widely known genre from an innovative point of view through the eyes of a younger generation.
Although Wake Forest has improved its healthy-eating options throughout campus over the past couple of years, some students still seem to believe that there are a lack of choices for healthy eating or for gluten-free students.
Throughout the third weekend of January, events and celebrations were held nearly every day in the Winston-Salem community to honor the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.
At one point senior Kiley Boland felt like she was getting crime alert emails as often as she was Zara spam.
With the recent completion of the Angelou Residence Hall, junior students aren’t the only ones who moved into new locations this semester.
On Tuesday, Jan. 10 nearly 300 undergraduate students attended class in a repurposed manufacturing building once owned and operated by R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company.
Historically, North Carolina is often shamed for its involvement in the tobacco industry, mistreatment of Native Americans or the clear disparity between its cities and rural areas.
This past weekend on Sunday, Jan. 15, the 11th annual GospelFest was held at Brendle Recital Hall in Scales Fine Arts Center from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Last week, undergraduate women participating in The Panhellenic Council’s Formal Recruitment returned from winter break earlier than most students.
The last time Lindsay Comstock-Ferguson was in Innovation Quarter’s Building 60, construction workers were adding drywall and wiring.
Thousands of students, faculty and local community members piled into the LJVM Coliseum on Thursday, Oct. 27 to hear Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and First Lady Michelle Obama speak at a rally sponsored by the Clinton campaign.
Cook Elementary operates just two-and-a-half miles down University Drive. Plagued by poverty, the Title I school — meaning it relies almost completely on government funding — has remained the lowest-performing elementary school in the state, with rapid teacher turnover and low end-of-year exam passage rates. “Of the 230 students, only four percent can read at […]
Following multiple instances of local criminal activity, police work with the community to improve student safety.
On March 15, voters across N.C. supported their candidates at the polls. On the Republican side, Donald Trump won with 40 percent of the vote and 30 delegates, followed closely by Ted Cruz with 37 percent and 27 delegates and John Kasich received 13 percent of the vote and nine delegates. Marco Rubio, who has now suspended […]