Wubetu Shimelash was a young Ethiopian boy, oblivious of the developed world in which he lived, yet full of ambitious ideas that would change the course of his life and that of his native community, forever. As a young shepherd in the Simien mountains at the age of six, Shimelash would construct grass shoes to […]
After travelling to Kenya his sophomore year of college, Todd Michael Anderson, a Wake Forest biologist, became fascinated by savanna ecosystems.
When Catherine Woodard reads from her latest book and first full-length poetry collection, Opening the Mouth of the Dead, she brings a bucket of moonpies with her to cities not in the south. She urges each person to take one, heat it up in the microwave when they get home and enjoy their bites of […]
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.