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.
In the fall of 2016, current senior Sabin Sidney founded a new campus publication, The Wake Forest Review. Known for having a conservative perspective, The Review has garnered a lot of attention both on and off campus.
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.
Michael Crespi, the director of market readiness and employment at Wake Forest, flipped through a binder compiled of various graphs that show an international student’s process of transitioning from a student to an employment visa. The U.S. government has implemented a lottery system which grants employment visas, known as H1-Bs, on a yearly basis. However, […]
Hearn Plaza is typically a lively spot on campus, but this past Thursday at 7 p.m., there was not a sound to be heard aside from the slow shuffling of several hundred pairs of feet.
When over 100 Wake Forest students flew to Barcelona, Spain this fall, none of them expected to be submerged in a pivotal historical movement throughout their semester abroad.
At just five years old, Emily Giffin wrote her first book, The Funny Pandas and the Messy Room.
Students left a Wednesday night listening session for the revised Code of Conduct feeling cautiously optimistic following a handful of tense exchanges with the Associate Dean of Students.
Flashback to 1944 in the German-occupied Netherlands.
Actress and author Diane Guerrero, known for her roles as Maritza on Netflix’s Orange is the New Black and as Lina on Jane the Virgin, visited campus on Thursday, Sept. 28, to speak for Latinx Heritage Month and the “Journeys to Success” speaker series.
On Sept. 22, the Department of Education announced that it is rescinding Title IX guidance from the Obama administration on how schools should handle sexual assault cases.
As you enter, you are read a story. A curator is putting together an exhibit about the tribes of Central Africa, but he has disappeared suddenly. Who is to help find him but you?
Angela King did not want to teach at Wake Forest. Her first visit to Winston-Salem incited tears — she cried at her table in the Village Tavern restaurant. Yet despite her reservations, she accepted a position.
Last week marked the beginning of Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, and an uptick in Hillel’s activities on campus.
During the ninth annual World Cultural Fair, students gathered at Manchester Plaza to celebrate culture, cuisine and choreographed routines representing countries from around the world.
After quitting the track and cross country teams his freshman year, junior Connor Buck wanted to find another passion to occupy his time.