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As COVID-19 cases fall following a large spike, university officials plan to loosen restrictions in a transition to Yellow operating status. Prevalence of the virus is estimated to be 0.5% as of Feb. 28.
University will transition to Yellow
Two weeks after "Dark Orange" status, the university is optimistic about falling COVID-19 cases
Jack Bradley, Contributing Writer • March 4, 2021
Deacon Profile: Charles Iacovou
Deacon Profile: Charles Iacovou
Cooper Sullivan, Staff Writer • March 4, 2021
Signs around campus on norms surrounding masculinity are a core part of the campaign.
Women’s Center shines light on masculinity
Abby Bermeo, Contributing Writer • March 4, 2021
Police Beat
Police Beat
March 4, 2021
The center will award grants to faith organizations, create materials and conduct trainings.
Divinity school to house anti-HIV center
Julia Ochsenhirt, Assistant News Editor • February 25, 2021
Deacon Profile: Elefteria Euripides
Deacon Profile: Elefteria Euripides
Cooper Sullivan, Staff Writer • February 25, 2021
Student Government Report from February 25th
Student Government Report from February 25th
Jessica Schmidt, SG Beat Reporter • February 25, 2021
Members of the Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies (JCCIC), including Mondello and Blodgett, after the inauguration.
WFU students leave mark on inauguration
Cate Pitterle, News Editor • February 25, 2021
Of the students surveyed, none rated their mental health above a seven on a scale of one to ten. Seventy-eight percent of students cited isolation and quarantine as major sources of stress.
Students struggle with mental health
Aine Pierre, News Editor • February 25, 2021
Twitter unleashes harmful new payment feature
Twitter unleashes harmful new payment feature
Twitter's new "Super Follows" feature represents grave threat to internet freedom
Connor McNeely, Opinion Editor • March 4, 2021
Washington
Pandemic response shows healthy democracy
Cap McLiney, Assistant Opinion Editor • March 4, 2021
Deacon Profile: Charles Iacovou
Deacon Profile: Charles Iacovou
Cooper Sullivan, Staff Writer • March 4, 2021
Deacon Profile: Elefteria Euripides
Deacon Profile: Elefteria Euripides
Cooper Sullivan, Staff Writer • February 25, 2021
Deacon Profile: Susan Wente
Deacon Profile: Susan Wente
Cate Pitterle and Aine Pierre February 4, 2021
Deacon Profile: Nathan Hatch
Deacon Profile: Nathan Hatch
Cooper Sullivan, Staff Writer • February 4, 2021
Cheesecake is best served after being heated up for a small amount of time to the point where it is warm, soft and gooey.
The beauty of eating cheesecake warm
Warm cheesecake delights with its deliciously unique flavor
Selinna Tran, Life Editor • March 4, 2021
Pictured is the tea bar in High Climate Tea. The bar, which features a wall of teas provides an unforgettable experience for tea lovers.
High Climate Tea offers ideal getaway
Health anxd wellness starts with a beverage that has a rich culture and history — tea
William Liu, Contributing Writer • March 4, 2021
Redcupwake may be a fairly new Instagram page but has grown in popularity quickly.
Meme war rages amongst students
Wake Forest Instagram pages are all the talk as new accounts such as "RedCupWake" emerge against old-timers like "fake_worest"
Cooper Sullivan, Staff Writer • March 4, 2021
Chick Corea leaves behind a jazz legacy
Chick Corea leaves behind a jazz legacy
Student explores his passion and love for jazz music in honor and inspiration of Chick Corea
Joe Cho, Assistant Life Editor • March 4, 2021
In the past, Dr. Anderson has earned grants from the National Science Foundation and National Geographic.
Wake biology professor earns USDA grant
Dr. T.M. Anderson will study the effects of the Great Wildebeest Migration in Tanzania on the spread of infectious diseases
Anna Gartner, Contributing Writer • March 4, 2021
NASA renames HQ after Mary W. Jackson
Maryam Khanum, Contributing Writer • March 4, 2021
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