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WFU Press Relocates to Reynolda Road

WFU Press
February 15, 2018

Wake Forest University Press, Wake Forest’s faculty-run publisher of Irish literature and poetry, has moved to a new location on Reynolda Road over the past summer. Professor Jefferson Holdridge of the...

University and Students Battle Collegiate Suicide

Connor Murphey/Old Gold & Black
February 2, 2018

An uncomfortable silence lay about a warm, carpeted Wake Forest conference room, as a growing body of men took their seats at a circle of tables. Some carried in stacks of chairs, after a standing crowd...

‘Work Forest’ culture ignores mental illness, survey suggests

‘Work Forest’ culture ignores mental illness, survey suggests
October 19, 2017

Data from a Wake Forest wellness survey suggest that the university’s hard-working culture leads students to ignore symptoms of mental illness. The survey, conducted last April, asked 350 students a...

Davis renovations to extend into fall semester

Davis renovations to extend into fall semester
April 13, 2017

University efforts to improve on-campus living with renovations to Davis that begin in May could affect students’ upcoming registration for housing, according to a Residence Life and Housing timeline. The...

Music streaming sites hurt artists

March 2, 2017

Although Adele seemed to enjoy Lemonade, Beyoncé’s critically-acclaimed sixth studio album, it was unfortunately available only to those willing to fork out as much as $17 on iTunes. It was noticeably...

2017 will see the return of protest songs

2017 will see the return of protest songs
February 10, 2017

The first CD I ever bought was Green Day’s American Idiot. I was eight years old and I liked it because it was a loud rock album that had a lot of F-Bombs in it. It wasn’t until I grew older that...

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