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University Sponsors Habitat For Humanity Home

University Sponsors Habitat For Humanity Home
February 21, 2019

Wake Forest University has been working closely with Habitat for Humanity for years, and many students have volunteered through Wake Forest’s own Habitat for Humanity club to build homes for the organization....

Deacon Profile: Katie Sprague

Deacon Profile: Katie Sprague
September 20, 2018

Katie Sprague is a sophomore communications major and studio art and psychology double minor from Augusta, ME. Sprague owns a photography business based in both Maine and North Carolina in which she specializes...

Students Experience Exciting Summer Internships

Students Experience Exciting Summer Internships
September 6, 2018

For Wake Forest students all across the globe, the summer of 2018 was a productive one. Students from all grades have returned from their summers with detailed and unique stories, many of which involve...

Janet Mock Discusses Two Memoirs during “Know Her Truths”

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March 29, 2018

On March 22 and 23, the Anna Julia Cooper Center hosted the second biannual Know Her Truths Conference. The conference was centered around raising awareness about the plight of women and girls of color,...

How Performing Arts Played a Role in Civil Rights

How Performing Arts Played a Role in Civil Rights
February 15, 2018

Paige McGinley delivered a lecture titled “The Sociodramatic Experiment” in the Scales Fine Arts Center’s Charlotte and Philip Hanes Art Gallery on Feb. 13. McGinley is an Associate Professor of...

Senior Reflects on Working with Refugees in Italy

Senior Reflects on Working with Refugees in Italy
February 2, 2018

The most recent installment of the ZSR Library Lecture Series featured senior Rose O’Brien, a Politics and International Affairs major from Winston-Salem. In addition to being a Carswell Scholar and...

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