Cook discussed how Hit the Bricks changed due to COVID-19 and what working on the event has taught her as well as her journey to becoming senior student director of the famous relay (Photo Credit: Photo courtesy of Hannah Cook)
After the band’s successful performance during College GameDay, Heath is looking forward to a great season (Photo courtesy of Timothy Heath)
Photo courtesy of Miles MIddleton
As president of the Black Student Alliance (BSA), Jacob Thomas is eager to address racial injustices on campus (Photo Credit: Jacob Thomas)
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Highly accomplished sophomore Lainey Drake was one of just 40 women from around the country selected for the prestigious Brooke Owens Fellowship.
Wake Forest is developing a plan to achieve carbon neutrality by 2040.
Senior Andrew Wilson, a history major with minors in English and Latin American studies, has likely had some level of interaction, albeit indirectly, with almost every student at the university through their clubs’ budgets.
When thinking about ways to educate others about environmental issues, dance probably isn’t the first way that comes to mind — but that is exactly what senior Monet Beatty hopes to do.
Junior Kyle Adams has made a name for himself during his first three years at the university.
Junior Victoria Parker was elected as the president of the Panhellenic Council this past semester.
Earlier this month, T.H.M. Gellar-Goad, a professor in the classics department, was awarded the Activism Award from the Lambda Classical Caucus for his work on protecting LGBTQI+ members of the Classical Association of the Middle West and South.
Hailing from Fayetteville, N.C. is Ona Udoh, a star forward on the Wake Forest Women’s Basketball team.
Sophomore Olivia Thonson is a dedicated spokesperson for women’s rights.
Walking back and forth along the same seven-mile stretch for 40 days seems like an
The daughter of a plant worker in Merry Hill, N.C., Derri Stormer has always been
Though she intends to major in history, a study of the past, sophomore Cara Levicoff
Meredith Vaughn is a junior majoring in engineering from Greensboro, N.C. She is a member
Seniors Kathleen Bashur and John Crumpler are the 2019 Head Pumpkins for Project Pumpkin, which
Riley Phillips is a junior majoring in studio art and German. As an artist, she
Coleman Greene is a senior at Wake Forest from Richmond, Va. He is a philosophy