House Bill 2 (HB2) continues to have an impact on North Carolina’s economy as the NCAA becomes the latest revenue generator to withdraw from the state.
Cherry blossoms, chirping birds and sunshine.
On Thursday, Feb. 16, the university’s Black History Month keynote speakers and national co-chairs of the Women’s March on Washington spoke in Wait Chapel.
Three years after two fraternities lost their national charters at Wake Forest, conversations have resurfaced on campus about the status of these unrecognized groups.
On Friday, Feb. 17, the ceremonial ribbon was snipped, inaugurating the newest residence hall on campus named after the late poet, author, professor and civil rights activist Maya Angelou.
Twenty thousand people gathered into the Staples Center to watch the Los Angeles Lakers defeat the Boston Celtics in Game Seven of the 2010 NBA final.
Solange Knowles’ new album A Seat at the Table is an anthem for solidarity, pride and healing — specifically to celebrate the existence and humanity of black womanhood. Recently, a group of women invited other scholars to do exactly this: to offer them a seat at the table.
Dozens of students, faculty and staff convened on Manchester Plaza on Friday, Feb. 10 for a speak out in response to recent events that have raised questions about the role of Islamophobia in federal policy-making and campus climate. According to attendees, the direct impetus for the speak out stemmed from an inflammatory article, “Europe’s Islam […]
Collidescope 3.0: Adventures in Pre- and Post-Racial America, Wake Forest University Theatre’s first production of the semester, premiered on Friday, Feb. 10.
At noon on Monday Feb. 13, an auditorium in the Law School teemed with excitement.
Three professors and an immigration lawyer analyzed the legality and aftermath of President Trump’s executive order on immigration.
A new Planned Parenthood inspired group focuses on promoting the individual rights and choices of women.
On Feb. 8, Wake Forest’s chapter of Pi Sigma Alpha, the National Political Science Honor Society, sponsored a panel titled “The First 100 Days: Analyzing the Trump Presidency.”
Under cloudy skies on Friday, Jan. 20 2017, Donald J. Trump was sworn in as the 45th president of the United States.
As the sun rose a few hours after the last inaugural ball for President Donald J. Trump cleared out, hundreds of thousands of protesters eagerly filled the tired, quiet streets of Washington D.C. with loud chants of “not my President,” “this is what democracy looks like” and “my body, my choice.”
A myriad of Demon Deacons from both sides of the political aisle plan to travel to the nation’s capital the weekend of Jan. 20 to join hundreds of thousands of others for president-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration into office.
After months of partisan divisions, contentious debates and heavy emotions on both sides, Donald J. Trump is the 45th president. The Associated Press announced him the winner at 2:30 a.m. with 279 necessary electoral votes. Hours before, live music filled the air as students joined at the Pro Humanitate Institute to watch the historic election […]
Alongside a panel of four other inspiring women, Clinton led a discussion on female leadership.
Wake Forest was ranked 27th among more than 300 national universities by “U.S. News & World Report” this week in their annual national university rankings.
Peggy Noonan has written eight books and currently works as a columnist for the Wall Street Journal. She also worked as a speech writer for President Ronald Reagan.
The celebrated speechwriter and columnist spoke on politics and former presidents.
One of the Wake Forest admission essay questions for the class of 2021 was inspired by the play.
At a panel discussing the recent legislation regarding transgender rights in North Carolina, eight speakers were posed the simple question, “Who agrees with House Bill 2?”
Thursday, Nov. 14, 2002 was one of the happiest days for the family of Wake Forest basketball legend Chris Paul, since it was on this day that Paul officially committed to play ACC basketball at his hometown dream school, Wake Forest University.
Recent changes to voting laws in North Carolina may affect many residents’ ability to vote.