Cherry blossoms, chirping birds and sunshine.
On Thursday, Feb. 16, the university’s Black History Month keynote speakers and national co-chairs of
Three years after two fraternities lost their national charters at Wake Forest, conversations have resurfaced
On Friday, Feb. 17, the ceremonial ribbon was snipped, inaugurating the newest residence hall on
Twenty thousand people gathered into the Staples Center to watch the Los Angeles Lakers defeat
Solange Knowles’ new album A Seat at the Table is an anthem for solidarity, pride
Dozens of students, faculty and staff convened on Manchester Plaza on Friday, Feb. 10 for
Collidescope 3.0: Adventures in Pre- and Post-Racial America, Wake Forest University Theatre’s first production of
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
A new Planned Parenthood inspired group focuses on promoting the individual rights and choices of
On Feb. 8, Wake Forest’s chapter of Pi Sigma Alpha, the National Political Science Honor
Under cloudy skies on Friday, Jan. 20 2017, Donald J. Trump was sworn in as
As the sun rose a few hours after the last inaugural ball for President Donald
A myriad of Demon Deacons from both sides of the political aisle plan to travel
After months of partisan divisions, contentious debates and heavy emotions on both sides, Donald J.
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 &
Peggy Noonan has written eight books and currently works as a columnist for the Wall
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
At a panel discussing the recent legislation regarding transgender rights in North Carolina, eight speakers
Thursday, Nov. 14, 2002 was one of the happiest days for the family of Wake
Recent changes to voting laws in North Carolina may affect many residents’ ability to vote.
On Jan. 20, approximately 80 educators from universities across the U.S. endorsed the “Making Caring