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COVID-19 cases remain stable in week eight

COVID-19 cases remain stable in week eight
October 15, 2020

As of Oct. 14, there are only 17 active COVID-19 cases in the Wake Forest community, making the university one of very few colleges in North Carolina still successfully operating with in-person and blended...

University pushes for higher voter turnout

University pushes for higher voter turnout
October 1, 2020

The registration rate shows the proportion of Wake Forest students that registered to vote that election year. The voting rate portrays the proportion of students who voted out of all eligible voters....

Laurence Roberts: Philosophy

Laurence Roberts: Philosophy
April 30, 2020

Laurence Roberts’ academic journey at Wake Forest has blossomed over his four years as a Demon Deacon. Roberts is a philosophy major and is double minoring in interdisicplinary writing and German studies....

Grace Franzese: English

Grace Franzese: English
April 30, 2020

Grace Franzese is a hardworking and multifaceted senior from Elwood, New York. Franzese is an English and Biochemistry and Molecular Biology double major, perfectly exemplifing what students are capable...

Office of Sustainability Engages Community in Virtual Earth Day Celebration

Office of Sustainability Engages Community in Virtual Earth Day Celebration
April 24, 2020

Although students are unable to celebrate Earth Day in person as usual this year, the Office of Sustainability has worked hard to provide engaging virtual content to unite the university community in the...

Students, Faculty And Alumni Connect Through Virtual Wake ‘N Shake

Students, Faculty And Alumni Connect Through Virtual Wake ‘N Shake
April 12, 2020

The university’s most successful philanthropy event, Wake ‘N Shake (WNS), powered through the complications of COVID-19 this past April 4, showing the dedication the university community has for fighting...

Students Hold Unaffiliated Women Meet-Up

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January 30, 2020

Greek life is hard to miss on campus, with a student body that is 49% affiliated by the spring semester. More specifically, 60% of female students are in a Greek organization. This year, 94 women out of...

Student Union Hosts Shag On The Mag

As the name of the event suggests, the main attraction of the night is the live band and large dance floor. From 10 p.m. until late in the night, students gathered under the tent to dance with friends and enjoy a much-needed change of pace.
April 18, 2019

On April 12, Shag on the Mag rounded out Springfest 2019 with the theme of Fire and Ice. Hosted on Manchester Plaza, the event included food, live music and an open bar for those 21 and older. This Wake...

T-Pain To Headline Spring Concert

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February 21, 2019

Posters giving away clues to this year’s featured artist at the Spring Concert were scattered around campus last week. Some students were confused as to what a mansion photoshopped inside a photo of...

Deacon Profile: Zoë Rogers

Deacon Profile: Zoë Rogers
February 7, 2019

Zoë Rogers is the current president of the Panhellenic Council. In her new role, she hopes to focus on promoting the values of friendship and service across the eight sororities on campus. To achieve...

International Education Week Celebrates Diversity

International Education Week Celebrates Diversity
October 31, 2018

Every year, colleges across the U.S. spend an entire week hosting activities that celebrate internationalization and its benefits on campus. This week, titled “International Education Week,” was celebrated...

Hurricane Florence Batters The Carolinas

Hurricane Florence Batters The Carolinas
September 20, 2018

Florence bombarded the Carolinas this past weekend in a deadly storm that killed 36 people. In preparation for the storm, Wake Forest canceled classes last Friday, Sept. 14, and many area schools cancelled...

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