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Former deacon to lead graduate program

Former deacon to lead graduate program
February 16, 2017

Wake Forest announced on Feb. 2 that that former Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Official and Wake Forest alumnus Stan Meiburg has been selected to direct the Wake Forest Graduate Programs in Sustainability.  Meiburg...

Eboo Patel returns to speak on diversity

Eboo Patel returns to speak on diversity
October 6, 2016

On Wednesday Oct. 5, Eboo Patel gave a lecture in Broyhill Auditorium in the School of Business. A Rhodes Scholar with a doctorate in the sociology of religion from Oxford University, Patel has had a...

Professor hosts forum on political advertising

Professor hosts forum on political advertising
September 15, 2016

It’s no secret that 2016 has been an election cycle like no other. On Tuesday, Sept. 13, Allan Louden of the communications department held a lecture called “Political Advertising in the Age of Trump.” Louden’s...

Students celebrate Pro Humanitate Day

Katherine Cassidy / Old Gold & Black
April 14, 2016

With a motto of “Pro Humanitate,” it’s no secret that Wake Forest students are passionate about serving others. On Saturday, April 9, hundreds of students came together to serve in the community...

MBA program moves up in rankings

Chris Caswell / Old Gold & Black
March 31, 2016

A lesson that many students learn while at Wake Forest is that students here are not just a number; just as students are not defined solely by their GPAs, colleges are not defined solely by their rankings....

N.C. voter ID law will take effect in March

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February 18, 2016

Recent changes to voting laws in North Carolina may affect many residents’ ability to vote. In addition to formally registering to vote during a certain period before the election, North Carolinians...

Students travel to Iowa caucus

Katherine Cassidy /Old Gold & Black
February 4, 2016

Monday, Feb. 1, marked the official beginning of the 2016 Presidential election cycle: the Iowa Caucus. In former presidential cycles, “Wake the Vote” has organized debate viewing parties, voter registration...

Student awarded national scholarship

Katherine Cassidy/Old Gold & Black
January 28, 2016

As the second semester of the year begins, seniors at Wake Forest University are starting to finalize their plans for after graduation. Students have a variety of different plans — some of which include...

Journalist delivers lecture on voting rights in America

Katherine Cassidy/Old Gold & Black
December 3, 2015

On Wednesday, Dec. 2, prominent journalist and author Ari Berman delivered a lecture to the Wake Forest community regarding voting rights in America, sponsored by the Pro Humanitate Institute, Student...

Civil rights activist sparks discussion

Gina Ferazzi/Los Angeles Times/MCT
November 5, 2015

In an increasingly global world, immigration and social equality have been hot topics, with many leaders calling for change. Many people, however, are not sure how they themselves can help lead progress...

MSNBC reporter discusses diversity in the media

Katherine Cassidy/Old Gold & Black
October 15, 2015

In a society of a multitude opinions, people are constantly on the lookout for “fair and balanced” news. Joy-Ann Reid, an MSNBC national correspondent, visited Wake Forest’s campus this past week...

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