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Riley Mistrot: Politics

Riley Mistrot: Politics
May 3, 2019

“I’ll miss the physical beauty of the campus, the stupendous joy I feel when the light of golden hour coats the trees in Reynolda Village and the stones on Graylyn House. I’ll miss marveling at Mother...

Ellie Caldwell: Mathematical Statistics

Ellie Caldwell: Mathematical Statistics
May 3, 2019

Senior Ellie Caldwell decided to consider a major in mathematical statistics after the final project for her Statistical Models course allowed her to study topics she’s interested in, including sports...

T-Pain Performs In Winston-Salem

T-Pain Performs In Winston-Salem
April 25, 2019

Watching Tallahassee-Pain (that’s T-Pain to you) perform was an experience I’ll never forget and one some audience members may never remember. For one, it was a Wednesday, and I don’t think that...

The Pauses In Life Tell Us Volumes About Ourselves

The Pauses In Life Tell Us Volumes About Ourselves
April 25, 2019

I bet you didn’t know there was a word for the sixth of an inch that stands between headlines and articles, captions and photos, bylines and pages. It’s about 12 spaces wide, or high depending on your...

Alexander Literary Organization Hosts “Picking Cotton” Coauthor

Alexander Literary Organization Hosts
April 25, 2019

Jennifer Thompson, a Winston-Salem native who co-authored the book Picking Cotton: Our Memoir of Injustice and Redemption with Ronald Cotton, spoke to a crowd in ZSR Library last Thursday, April 18, about...

YouTube Channels To Check Out While Bored

YouTube Channels To Check Out While Bored
April 18, 2019

Somehow the golden age of YouTube seems to have faded, with fan favorites like Ryan Higa and Jenna Marbles having grown out of their followers and podcasts becoming our generation’s new favorite pastime....

“The Bachelor” Is Finally Dramatic

March 21, 2019

Finally, Chris Harrison’s token “most dramatic season ever” slogan rang true for this year’s run of the Bachelor. In its 23rd season, bachelor Colton Underwood inadvertently turned the show on...

Risky Tradition Looms Ahead Of Upcoming Game

Risky Tradition Looms Ahead Of Upcoming Game
November 15, 2018

This Saturday, Nov. 17, Wake Forest Football will play their final home game of the season against Pittsburgh with a kickoff time set at noon. The kickoff time is causing concern for many, as students...

Resident Adviser Job Changes Cause Controversy

Resident Adviser Job Changes Cause Controversy
October 31, 2018

It’s a tattoo, not a T-shirt. For many, this unofficial motto among student resident advisers, or RAs, has become more relatable than ever in recent months. After working to support a campus community...

Call To Conversation Launches Initiative On Campus

Call To Conversation Launches Initiative On Campus
September 20, 2018

While some telemarketers might gripe that ‘no one answers phone calls anymore,’ many Demon Deacons have answered the Call to Conversation over the past year through the Wake Forest Call to Conversation...

Compost Crew Minimizes Food Waste

Photo courtesy of the Office of Sustainability
September 6, 2018

Many of the freshmen orientation events on move-in weekend were heavily policed by the Office of Sustainability’s Compost Crew, a group of students dedicated to ensuring food waste on campus is dealt...

Letter from the Editor: Welcome to Wake Forest

Letter from the Editor: Welcome to Wake Forest
August 27, 2018

Dear Class of 2022, Hats off to you for choosing a phenomenal place to spend the next four years of your life, congratulations! The decision to attend Wake Forest University was a big one I’m sure, but...

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