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MLB’s Wild Card Series lives up to hype

MLB’s Wild Card Series lives up to hype
October 8, 2020

Last week, 16 of Major League Baseball’s 30 ball clubs faced off in the first ever batch of Wild Card Series.  This unprecedented set of series came as a result of the playoff expansion agreed...

Antiracism comes to the math classroom

Antiracism comes to the math classroom
October 8, 2020

According to the Department of Mathematics and Statistics Chair Sarah Raynor, mathematical and statistical models have been employed to create some of the more racist practices of modern times, from over-policing...

Respect Green Day singer’s grief

Respect Green Day singer’s grief
October 1, 2020

It seems like the perfect timely joke. September has faded into time, and October stretches out before us. Why not take to Twitter to make a Green Day reference that will likely get a chuckle from your...

OLAS celebrates Latinx Heritage Month

OLAS celebrates Latinx Heritage Month
October 1, 2020

For the Organization of Latin American Students (OLAS), a little celebration was a lot overdue.  After having their events cancelled last spring due to COVID-19, OLAS, led by Secretary Estefania Narvaez,...

Club soccer ready to kickoff 2020

Club soccer ready to kickoff 2020
September 24, 2020

Wake Forest’s Women’s Club Soccer team will look a lot different this year in light of the COVID-19 pandemic; however, the team will still be on the field, if not in a traditional sense, according...

Wake Club Swimming ready to dive into 2020

Wake Club Swimming ready to dive into 2020
September 17, 2020

Despite limitations presented by the COVID-19 pandemic, Wake Forest’s Club Swimming Team is determined to make a splash this school year.  Captained by senior Samantha Horowitz, the team decided...

University engages in census process

University engages in census process
September 17, 2020

Sept. 30 marks the last day that a resident of the United States can fill out the form to be counted in the 2020 Census.  The census, a decennial count of U.S residents dating back to 1790, determines...

Wake Forest club tennis squad ready for action

Wake Forest club tennis squad ready for action
September 10, 2020

COVID-19 has not been kind to club sports. After forcing a mid-season shutdown last spring, virus concerns led to the university banning organized travel to other campuses for club sports (the school’s...

Racism calls for campus-wide response

Racism calls for campus-wide response
September 3, 2020

For a lot of us, this year has been a wake up call to the harsh realities of racism that our Black, indigenous and people of color (BIPOC) classmates have known to be true their whole lives....

Wake Forest begins random testing

Infektionsschutzzentrum im Kulturquartier/Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museum, Köln
September 3, 2020

Wake Forest University officials have announced the start of random COVID-19 tests this week with about 500 random tests expected to be performed per week, according to Vice President for Campus Life Penny...

ZSR pens letter against proctoring services

ZSR pens letter against proctoring services
August 27, 2020

Members of the Z. Smith Reynolds (ZSR) Librarians’ Assembly voted on July 23 to approve a statement urging the university not to use test monitoring technology that used facial recognition to detect...

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