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Speaker of the House Ally Swartzberg was elected president, Speaker Pro-Tempore Braden Strackman was elected speaker, Senator Cate Pitterle was elected secretary and Senator Brooke Blair was elected treasurer.
SG officers-elect look forward to year of new opportunities
With Dr. Susan Wente set to take office in July, SG's newly-elected officers have bold plans
Aine Pierre and Essex Thayer April 15, 2021
Recent Outdoor Pursuits trips include slacklining, hiking, yoga, paddleboarding, campfire nights and mountain biking, alongside “Wilderness Weekends,” which are offered specifically for freshmen.
Outdoor Pursuits makes comeback as cases fall
Outdoor Pursuits has begun offering off-campus trips as COVID-19 cases have decreased
Sophie Guymon, Contributing Writer • April 15, 2021
The Deacs defeated four schools en route to the championship.
WFU out-debates reigning champs
Aine Pierre, News Editor • April 15, 2021
Deacon Profile: Jim Mussetter
Deacon Profile: Jim Mussetter
Caroline Walker, Staff Writer • April 15, 2021
Student Government Report from April 13
Student Government Report from April 13
Jessica Schmidt, SG Beat Reporter • April 15, 2021
Police Beat
Police Beat
April 15, 2021
Photo courtesy of Triad Moms on Main.
Downtown Library revamps programming
Kelsey Harrelson, Contributing Writer • April 15, 2021
Asian Heritage Month was moved from May to April to allow on-campus events to happen before students leave for the summer.
Groups honor Asian Heritage Month
Bry Richards, Staff Writer • April 15, 2021
Katie Wright speaks at the vigil for her son, Daunte Wright. Daunte Wright was fatally shot at a traffic stop by a Minnesota police officer, Kim Potter, on April 11.
Conversation prompts change for America's gun problem
Legislative opportunities for gun control remain abundant despite broken congressional system
Joe Cho and Connor McNeely April 15, 2021
Alternative search engines provide constitutional freedoms
Alternative search engines provide constitutional freedoms
Cap McLiney, Assistant Opinion Editor • April 15, 2021
Deacon Profile: Jim Mussetter
Deacon Profile: Jim Mussetter
Caroline Walker, Staff Writer • April 15, 2021
Deacon Profile: Michelle Gillespie
Deacon Profile: Michelle Gillespie
Julia Ochsenhirt, Assistant News Editor • April 8, 2021
Deacon Profile: Amy Foley
Deacon Profile: Amy Foley
Emily Toro, Contributing Writer • March 25, 2021
Deacon Profile: Eliza Drake
Deacon Profile: Eliza Drake
Cooper Sullivan, Staff Writer • March 18, 2021
Skipper, Kowalski, Rico and Private make up the quartet that push
the plot line of Madagascar forward with their absurdly conniving schemes.
Analyzing the personalities of the “Madagascar” penguins
They’re cute, feathered and determined to to pull off the ultimate heist
Emily Bebenek, Contributing Writer • April 15, 2021
Suez Canal debacle affects campus morale
Suez Canal debacle affects campus morale
In leaked letter, President Hatch addresses concerns regarding the Suez Canal
Cooper Sullivan, Assistant News Editor • April 15, 2021
Achebe captures the complexities of the effects of colonialism.
Novel touches on African colonialism
Achebe delves into the complex layers of both sides of history regarding colonialism
Elisabeth Kuguru , Contributing Writer • April 15, 2021
Cinderella’s castle offers a welcoming gateway into the magic kingdom
of Disney World, a park that invites all guests to live their childhood fantasies.
Preparing a venture to the Magic Kingdom
Tips and tricks to keep in mind before attending the world’s premiere theme park
Connor McNeely, Opinion Editor • April 15, 2021
Burg is using her background in computer science, as well as her experience with the humanities, to create an algorithmic understanding of music.
Research Spotlight: Dr. Jennifer Burg
A Wake Forest computer science professor has algorithmized musical composition
Sean Jones, Contributing Writer • April 15, 2021
“Vaccine passports” may be coming soon
“Vaccine passports” may be coming soon
Emily Toro, Contributing Writer • April 15, 2021
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