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Mitch Landrieu Speaks On Racism

Mitch Landrieu Speaks On Racism
September 19, 2019

Former Louisiana Lt. Gov. and New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu spoke at Wake Forest this past Tuesday, as part of the university’s Voices of Our Time series.  Audience members nodded along in admiration...

2019 Commencement Speaker Announced

WASHINGTON, DC - JUNE 20:
ID photo for Fred Ryan, Washington Post Publisher and C.E.O., on June, 20, 2017 in Washington, DC.
(Photo by Bill O'Leary/The Washington Post)
April 11, 2019

The university announced that Fred J. Ryan, Jr., publisher and chief executive officer (CEO) of The Washington Post, will deliver Wake Forest’s commencement address on Monday, May 20. The commencement...

Deacon Profile: Jack O’Connell

Deacon Profile: Jack O'Connell
February 28, 2019

Sophomore Jack O’Connell is very involved around campus. He works with Project Launch and hopes to earn a leadership position on the Club Basketball team. However, O’Connell’s passion lies in music....

Committee Proposes Curriculum Changes

Committee Proposes Curriculum Changes
February 14, 2019

In an effort to recommend undergraduate curriculum revisions that would best serve the interests and needs of the student body, Wake Forest’s College Curriculum Review Committee, or CCRC, has been busy...

Seniors Reflect Upon Their College Experiences

Seniors Reflect Upon Their College Experiences
February 7, 2019

On Tuesday, faculty members and students alike gathered to hear a group of Wake Forest seniors share their thoughts and words with the community at the annual Senior Colloquium. The Colloquium is a long-standing...

Project Wake Opened To All Undergraduates

Wake Forest communication professor Dr. Alessandra Von Burg leads a group of first year students in discussing the book City of Thorns as part of Project Wake during orientation on Sunday, August 28, 2016.
January 24, 2019

With the start of a new year and a new semester came a change to a recent tradition: Project Wake. Freshmen have been participating in Project Wake since 2015, when the idea was first put to practice,...

Deacon Profile: David Hagy

Deacon Profile: David Hagy
October 31, 2018

Professor and Orchestra Director David Hagy is the conductor of the annual midnight Halloween concert. Now in his 24th year, the concert experience has been described as “an epic enchantment” of a...

Deacon Profile: Rachel Schwam

Deacon Profile: Rachel Schwam
October 18, 2018

Many have had moments passing judgment on policies from afar, but when it comes to Diplomacy and Foreign Affairs, those policies can have grave consequences. Senior Rachel Schwam has spent the past few...

How To Fashionably Transition To Fall

How To Fashionably Transition To Fall
October 4, 2018

Although fall is upon us, the warm weather is still an everyday occurrence. To balance autumn and summer fashion, here are some outfits that will help you transition into the cooler months. 1. Slip dress...

Deacon Profile: Andrew Cave

Deacon Profile: Andrew Cave
September 27, 2018

While many Wake Forest students prepared for an early start to the weekend during then-Hurricane Florence, junior Andrew Cave kept busy helping individuals affected by the storm. Since last year, Cave...

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