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Senior Bucket List

Senior Bucket List
April 27, 2017

Graduation Day is finally upon us. While many of us have been counting down the days to adulthood, others of us are still in denial. Although our time as Demon Deacons is coming to a close, there’s still...

Gabby Henriksen: Anthropology

Gabby Henriksen: Anthropology
April 27, 2017

Gabby Henriksen radiates kindness, empathy and curiosity among her peers. Her altruistic spirit has led her to be a campus activist as well as a model student in the anthropology department. As she prepares...

Runners take steps to prepare for race day

Runners take steps to prepare for race day
March 30, 2017

You have committed blood, sweat and tears to training for your upcoming race, and now, it is almost here. Numerous hours of running trails and countless bottles of Gatorade have prepared you for the exciting...

Men’s tennis continues to dominate

Men’s tennis continues to dominate
March 23, 2017

The sun was shining as the Wake Forest men’s tennis team swept unranked Virginia Tech 7-0 at the Wake Forest Tennis Complex on Tuesday, March 21, 2017. Last week, Wake Forest ranked No.1 in the NCAA,...

Medal of Honor recipient speaks on Veterans Legal Clinic

Medal of Honor recipient speaks on Veterans Legal Clinic
March 16, 2017

Wake Forest School of Law welcomed U.S. Army Capt. Florent “Flo” Groberg in the Worrell Professional Center on Wednesday, March 15. His presentation, “Opportunities Earned and Leadership Learned:...

New long-distance runner shares survival tips

New long-distance runner shares survival tips
March 16, 2017

Experienced distance runners don’t disclose the unbearable ankle pain at mile 11 or the stiffness in your knees as you crawl to the finish line. They don’t describe the sticky energy gel distributed...

New brewery opens downtown

New brewery opens downtown
February 10, 2017

Winston-Salem is raising a frothy glass of beer to downtown’s latest addition: Wise Man Brewing. Teaching an old building new tricks, Wise Man renovated the 86-year-old Angelo Bros. Wholesale Surplus...

Alumnus Mit Shah donates to Wake Forest basketball

Alumnus Mit Shah donates to Wake Forest basketball
February 3, 2017

Despite a disappointing loss to Duke on Saturday Jan. 28, Wake Forest basketball has a reason to celebrate. Wake Forest alumnus and trustee Mit Shah (’91) donated $5 million in support of Wake Forest...

“Best of” show brings back classic skits

February 2, 2017

The Banshees performed their third show of the year last Wednesday, Jan. 25, and they did not disappoint. Wake Forest’s favorite comedy troupe recalled their favorite sketches from over the last four...

Crafted-The Art of the Taco revamps an old classic

Expanding flavor: Old El Paso makes various salsas, stand-and-stuff tacos and churro bowls for markets around the world, ever expanding the popularity of the taco. (David Joles/Minneapolis Star Tribune/TNS)
January 12, 2017

Traditional meets trendy at Winston-Salem’s new taco joint. Located on N. Liberty St., Crafted-The Art of the Taco boasts an elaborate selection of gourmet burgers, fresh salads and, of course, a variety...

Small Batch’s sister joint is foodie favorite

Small Batch’s sister joint is foodie favorite
December 8, 2016

Small Batch’s upbeat, diner-style counterpart is livening up downtown Winston-Salem’s restaurant scene. The micro-brewery’s sister restaurant, Burger Batch, opened in mid-November, just in time for...

Stay in touch via spontaneous group video chats

Stay in touch via spontaneous group video chats
December 8, 2016

Video chatting with your best friends over holiday break is about to get a lot more convenient with the new smartphone app, Houseparty. Technology company Life On Air’s new iPhone and Android app is...

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