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University must adapt student life to weather

University must adapt student life to weather
October 1, 2020

  Sweater weather is upon us and as the days grows colder, I grow less and less confident in our ability to rely on outside space for socializing. It’s far from frigid at the moment, and in fact...

Implementation of Canvas lacks consistency

Implementation of Canvas lacks consistency
September 24, 2020

  I consider Canvas to generally be a superior program to Sakai. It has a variety of useful features and tools for students and professors alike, a sleeker user interface that doesn’t feel as dated...

Thoughtful reactions can bolster maturity

Thoughtful reactions can bolster maturity
September 3, 2020

I guess it’s probably human nature that we make negative evaluations often. We get annoyed when we get cut off in traffic, we gossip about other people, we complain when something doesn’t go our...

Discovering The True Value of Old Golds

Discovering The True Value of Old Golds
August 14, 2020

Old Golds are an essential part of keeping any Wake Forest student fed. Once you really get into the semester, you’ll probably find that there’s one or two places that you regularly choose to return...

How to Make Your Dorm Room Feel Like Home

How to Make Your Dorm Room Feel Like Home
August 14, 2020

Moving into your dorm room is one of the first challenges you’ll face on campus, and making it as comfortable and livable as possible is important. Think about your dorm room as a blank canvas of possibility....

Omar Benjamin: Japanese Language and Culture

Omar Benjamin: Japanese Language and Culture
April 30, 2020

Omar Benjamin is a Japanese Language and Culture major from Atlanta, Ga. Having enjoyed his experience in major courses, interactions with his professors and the bonds he’s made after finding his place...

Dylan King: Mathematics

Dylan King: Mathematics
April 30, 2020

Dylan King is a Mathematics Major from Walnut Cove, N.C. He chose to attend Wake Forest with the expectation that its small size would allow him to form personal relationships with his professors, and...

Robby Bradford: Physics

Robby Bradford: Physics
April 30, 2020

Robby Bradford is a Physics major from Huntsville, Ala. He was originally attracted to physics because, beyond offering practical and applicable knowledge, it satisfies his curiosity about the fundamental...

Animal Crossing: New Horizons Provides Relaxing Gameplay Style During Quarantine

Animal Crossing: New Horizons Provides Relaxing Gameplay Style During Quarantine
April 24, 2020

Animal Crossing: New Horizons’ world of collecting, customizing and making friends seems to be well suited for taking up the extra time we may find ourselves with at the moment, and perhaps even satisfying...

Gendered Nomenclature Excludes Students

A Grand Rapids Community College student visits the Counseling and Career Center. The college was recently awarded a $2.1 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education to implement a new model for advising students aimed at increasing student outcomes.
March 5, 2020

Answer this question for yourself: when you hear the word ‘freshman,’ do you think of a male student? Or do you think of a general first-year, without applying any gender identity? This question...

Jump Into A Seat At Ever In The Glades

Jump Into A Seat At Ever In The Glades
February 13, 2020

After seeing Ever in the Glades on Friday, it became obvious how much detailed work was put into the visual and auditory experience of the show. Muddied characters run and jump across wooden decks that...

Star Wars Finale Garners Mixed Reviews

Star Wars Finale Garners Mixed Reviews
January 23, 2020

It would seem that Star Wars fans are exceptionally hard to please. If you are a fan, then you know that each subsequent entry in the sequel trilogy has been met with increasing controversy, reaching its...

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