In the summer of 1862, President Abraham Lincoln, who never knew a peaceful moment during his one and only term in office, needed a victory.
The Charles Koch Foundation and Koch Industries have indirectly donated yet another large sum to higher education in Winston-Salem.
With President Trump jeopardizing the Obama era program known as Deffered Action for Childhood Arrivals, nearly 800,000 young people’s lives may be completely uprooted and thrown into chaos.
Today’s culture can be explained through many different phenomena: social media, and technological proliferation, to name a few.
While two hurricanes of biblical proportions brewed in the Atlantic, the White House was Nero: fiddling as the city of Rome burned.
What does it mean to be the First Lady of the United States?
Change is a natural thing within life and especially so on a college campus.
You would think that a university motto’s meaning, the very essence of a university’s mission and purpose, would be common knowledge or at least warrant critical examination.
At the start of the new school year, Wake Forest Dining unveiled many new changes to the Demon Deacon dining experience.
Generally, I get straight to the point in my opinion pieces in order to be concise and maintain my audience’s engagement.
Atheism is a word that carries with it a considerable burden.
According to the National Eating Disorders Association, full blown eating disorders are most likely to develop between the ages of 18-21.
Considering the exhausting progression of news dumps from the turbulent White House, open and honest conversations about politics have rarely been more important or more difficult to find.
In Wake Forest’s mission statement, the University states that it is “committed to sustaining an environment where vital beliefs and faith traditions can engage secular thought in a climate of academic freedom and an unfettered search for truth.”
The U.S. is not currently doing enough to assist the world’s poor.
“There is no place for the bigotry, racism and violence we witnessed in Charlottesville.” These were the words of President Nathan O. Hatch, in a statement shared with the Wake Forest community on Monday, Aug. 14.
Coming to college is very scary — we all know that.
The 2010s have been paramount years in renewed interest in manned space flight.
The Wake Forest student body is dormant on the pressing issue of climate change.
What are you going to do with a theatre degree? How will dance help you in the future? What’s your backup plan? As a theatre major and dance minor, I have received these questions countless times from older professionals through their somewhat gritted teeth.
Lying in bed before I fall asleep, I often have some of my most profound thoughts.
The ability to hand-pick your child’s genes, from hair color to intelligence, emotional predisposition to disease susceptibility, is an unfathomable concept, and one that has never been faced by humanity until now. The scientific capability to edit the human genome exists today, and the only thing holding researchers back from editing the recipe that makes […]
Four years never seemed like they would fly by this quickly. A mysterious unknown with endless possibilities suddenly lies ahead. Before we make that transition, I have a few messages I would like to deliver.
Dear Class of 2017, I am sure it is hard to imagine that your four years of undergraduate classes on this campus are coming to a close.
Dear President Hatch and Provost Kersh, We are writing because we are deeply concerned about Wake Forest’s decision to accept $3.69 million from the Koch Foundation towards funding the Eudaimonia Institute, overseen by executive director Professor James Otteson. In recent years, the mainstream press—including Time Magazine, The Atlantic Monthly, and The New Yorker—has well documented […]