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Wake Washington Fosters Artistic Endeavors

Wake Washington Fosters Artistic Endeavors
October 4, 2018

It has been over a year since Wake Forest officially planted its flag in the heart of arguably the most powerful city in the world: our nation’s capital, Washington, D.C. Since the Wake Washington program...

The Resilience Project

The Resilience Project
December 8, 2016

In May of 2015, at the conclusion of his junior year at Wake Forest, Jake Teitelbaum was diagnosed with Refractory Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, a form of cancer that is hard to treat. While in the hospital,...

Healthy holiday desserts to try this season

Healthy holiday desserts to try this season
December 3, 2016

Between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day, we all consume an abundance of sweet treats that add that special charm to the holiday season. However, this Christmas, the best gift you could ask for are healthy...

Raising the “Ruff”

Raising the “Ruff”
November 17, 2016

Between working on assignments, essays, exams and socializing in the vivacious atmosphere on campus, certain Wake Forest students also spend time volunteering as “puppy raisers” to train service dogs...

Blogging redefines the world of fashion

October 19, 2016

From Southern charm, to West Coast spirit and city chic, the world of fashion offers a variety of blogs to follow this fall season; after all, inspiration comes in many shapes and sizes. When vintage...

People need to speak up and make a change

People need to speak up and make a change
October 6, 2016

Lost in between the roads of differences, humanity finds itself standing at the intersection of indifference, hopelessly seeking, but not always following, the path toward global action for the betterment...

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