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Cat Mizzi: Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies

Cat Mizzi: Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies
April 30, 2020

One of Cat Mizzi’s favorite memories during her time at Wake Forest was the day she moved in freshman year. She can still remember the excitement she felt in the days leading up to move-in and even the...

Megan Elwood: Spanish

Megan Elwood: Spanish
April 30, 2020

Megan Elwood knew that when she came to college she wanted to learn as many things as she possibly could. She even chose Wake Forest partially due to the wide range of course offerings at the university....

Student Tests Positive For COVID-19 After Attending Choir Trip To London

Student Tests Positive For COVID-19 After Attending Choir Trip To London
March 22, 2020

More than a week after the university announced the move to remote learning, Penny Rue, Vice President for Campus Life, and Cecil Price, Director of Student Health, announced that a student tested positive...

Campus Continues Limited Operations Amid COVID-19 Outbreak

A red maple tree on Hearn Plaza, on the campus of Wake Forest University, shown here on Wednesday, April 20, 2011, will be dedicated to the Kirby Family iin a ceremony later in the week.
March 21, 2020

Spring has sprung in the Forest and while the campus is now filled with flowers, there are hardly any students to see them. The walkways, usually filled with students rushing to class, are empty. With...

Deacon Profile: Monet Beatty

Deacon Profile: Monet Beatty
February 13, 2020

https://soundcloud.com/user-476992089/deacon-profile-episode-1-monet-beatty Listen to the entire interview with Monet Beatty in the first episode of the Deacon Profile podcast! When thinking about...

Deacon Profile: Kyle Adams

Deacon Profile: Kyle Adams
February 6, 2020

Junior Kyle Adams has made a name for himself during his first three years at the university. He has a major in Philosophy, but his coursework is not what gave him his name. Adams is the current Student...

Deacon Profile: Victoria Parker

Deacon Profile: Victoria Parker
January 30, 2020

Junior Victoria Parker was elected as the president of the Panhellenic Council this past semester. She has high hopes for the future of Greek Life and plans to emphasize women's empowerment, increase diversity...

“Charlie’s Angels” Empowers Women

November 21, 2019

The Charlie’s Angels reboot premiered on Nov. 15, and it bombed in the box office. I will say, as a woman who enjoys movies that empower women, I liked it. Full disclosure: it doesn’t take a lot to...

Solutions to Nov. 21 Thanksgiving Crossword

Solutions to Nov. 21 Thanksgiving Crossword
November 21, 2019

President that proclaimed Thanksgiving a National Holiday Abraham Lincoln Sport that is typically associated with Thanksgiving Football Length of the first Thanksgiving Three days Defining feature...

Disney+ Evokes Nostalgia

Disney+ Evokes Nostalgia
November 14, 2019

I don’t know about you, but I love Disney, so when I heard that Disney was going to offer a streaming service that contains all of the Disney classics, Pixar movies, Marvel movies and Star Wars films,...

How To Clean And Organize Your Dorm

How To Clean And Organize Your Dorm
November 14, 2019

It’s almost winter break again, and you know what that means — inspections. Do you know what else that means? A month away from your dorm. If you’re anything like me, you like to power clean my dorm...

Movies To Watch This Halloween

Movies To Watch This Halloween
October 31, 2019

1. Hocus Pocus Hocus Pocus is a Halloween classic. It follows Max, Allison, Dani and Binx as they try to foil the evil plot of the newly resurrected Sanderson Sisters. The Sanderson Sisters are a group...

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