“Diversity, inclusion and respect are foundational elements within a deeply personal education,” according to the Wake Forest University webpage on diversity.
According to many students on campus, however, Wake Forest is not as diverse as it seems. Find the whole story here.
“Wake Forest has 27.1% racial and ethnic diversity (Fall 2015),” according to the webpage. There are 20 languages spoken, 19 religious traditions represented, and 46 foreign countries represented. On a campus where the majority is heterosexual Christian white students, it can be difficult to find a place to belong. Diversity is not a group of statistics that fulfill a pie chart.