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Dave Clawson signs multi-year contract extension
Dave Clawson signs multi-year contract extension
Wake Forest head football coach agrees to a long-term deal amid historic season
Connor McNeely, Opinion Editor • November 27, 2021
Police Beat
Police Beat
November 23, 2021
Wake Forest celebrates NAHM
Wake Forest celebrates NAHM
Christa Dutton, Staff Writer • November 18, 2021
Volunteers, like those who come to help out at Campus Gardens, can put a dent in food insecurity in Winston-Salem, but certain gardens have greater impact than others.
Garden volunteers reveal inequity in Winston
Una Wilson, Contributing Writer • November 18, 2021
Deacon Profile: Zach Scofield
Deacon Profile: Zach Scofield
Cooper Sullivan, Assistant News Editor • November 18, 2021
In wake of the United States’ withdrawl from Afghanistan, World Relief Triad Volunteer Program Manager Hannah Rehm said her organization expects an influx of Afghan refugees.
Local communities support Afghan refugees
Cate Pitterle, Staff Writer • November 18, 2021
Police Beat
Police Beat
November 18, 2021
This graph, created by the UCC and presented to the Student Government Senate explains the reasoning behind the new changes to how students can schedule appointments.
Students react to new UCC changes
Emily Toro, Assistant News Editor • November 11, 2021
Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright and former Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel addressed a wide range of political and foreign policy topics in two talks on Nov. 9.
Albright and Hagel speak face-to-face with students
Anita Dongieux, Contributing Writer • November 11, 2021
Deacon Profile: Brad Wood
Deacon Profile: Brad Wood
Aine Pierre, News Editor • November 11, 2021
Renowned activist and scholar Cornel West speaks to Wake Forest students and community members in a Wait Chapel lecture on Nov. 4. West spoke on the importance of love and humanity.
Cornel West speaks on campus
Aine Pierre, News Editor • November 11, 2021
A report from the Institute for Democracy & Higher Education finds that Wake Forest’s student population voted at a higher rate than the North Carolina average.
2020 turnout numbers released
Drew Skilton, Contributing Writer • November 11, 2021
Wake Forest stumbles in 48-27 loss to Clemson
Wake Forest stumbles in 48-27 loss to Clemson
Essex Thayer, Sports Editor • November 23, 2021
McCreary donation has better applications
McCreary donation has better applications
Wake Forest has more pressing issues than a new locker room for the football program
Cooper Sullivan, Assistant News Editor • November 18, 2021
Greek life requires reforms, not abolition
Greek life requires reforms, not abolition
Abby Bermeo, Contributing Columnist • November 18, 2021
Deacon Profile: Zach Scofield
Deacon Profile: Zach Scofield
Cooper Sullivan, Assistant News Editor • November 18, 2021
Deacon Profile: Brad Wood
Deacon Profile: Brad Wood
Aine Pierre, News Editor • November 11, 2021
Deacon Profile: Chris Cates
Deacon Profile: Chris Cates
Sophie Guymon and Maryam Khanum November 4, 2021
Deacon Profile: Mark Sucoloski
Deacon Profile: Mark Sucoloski
Cooper Sullivan, Assistant News Editor • October 28, 2021
First Omani student shares her national pride
First Omani student shares her national pride
Sophomore Isra al Hashimi is proud of both her Muslim faith and Omani heritage.
Christa Dutton, Staff Writer • November 23, 2021
The enjoyment of campus life in the fall can be tarnished by the abundance of assignments that pile on, adding to students stress.
Dealing with academic frustration at "Work Forest"
Unpacking the struggles of class, assignments, due dates and campus life
Yushuo Wang, Contributing Writer • November 18, 2021
Single Brothers bar, with the drinks Sweet Grass and Side Card pictured. The bar exudes a moody ambiance that plays well with its relaxed nature.
Reviewing the Single Brothers bar
Single Brothers is a small bar located on Trade Street of Downtown Winston-Salem
Elisabeth Kuguru , Staff Writer • November 18, 2021
Guide to succeeding in college
Guide to succeeding in college
An eight-step guide to ensuring people like you during your college years
Sofia Bazant, Contributing Writer • November 18, 2021
According to scientists, billions of Brood X cicadas will emerge this summer.
Billions of cicadas will emerge this summer
The emergence of Brood X is an entomologist’s Super Bowl, but a nightmare for silence lovers
Julia Ochsenhirt, Assistant News Editor • April 29, 2021
Many Indians are being turned away from hospitals, as there are no beds left. Those lucky enough to be admitted to the hospital may have to share beds.
India confronts COVID-19 disaster
Josh Singh, Contributing Writer • April 29, 2021
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