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Senior Passes On Words of Wisdom to Incoming Freshman Class

Wake Forest sophomore Gracie Zvara moves into Davis Residence Hall with help from her paretns, David and Bharathi Zvara, on Monday, August 18, 2008. Gracie is an orientation advisor.
April 28, 2020

Dear Wake Forest University Class of 2024, Four years ago, I was you. Nervously excited to be at Wake Forest, and very ready to kiss high school goodbye forever. During these unprecedented times, this...

Hulu Releases New Series Based on Celeste Ng’s Novel, Little Fires Everywhere

Hulu Releases New Series Based on Celeste Ng’s Novel, Little Fires Everywhere
April 24, 2020

Hulu’s new original, nail-biting eight-part series, Little Fires Everywhere takes place in the wealthy, elite, suburban town of Shaker Heights, Ohio in the late 1990s. This series is based off of the...

Virus Exposes Structural Inequalities

Virus Exposes Structural Inequalities
April 21, 2020

When the COVID-19 outbreak first began to sweep the United States, there was a common sentiment thrown around: “Coronavirus is the great equalizer.” This was a generalization applied to this disease,...

Entering College With Realistic Expectations Is Vital

Entering College With Realistic Expectations Is Vital
April 1, 2020

This new reality of quarantine, while dreadfully boring for some people, has given me some much-needed quiet time for reflection upon my college experience. The abrupt end to my senior spring on campus...

Seniors Pressured To Make Post-Grad Plans

KRT LIFESTYLE STORY SLUGGED: HOME-OFFICE KRT PHOTOGRAPH BY VICKI VALERIO/PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER (November 11) Barbara Link sits on her home office desk in Penn Valley, Pennsylvania. The office was constructed from a closet in her one-bedroom apartment. (mvw) 2004
March 5, 2020

The question of: what are you doing after graduation? is the single-most dreaded question that a senior in college faces. While some of us have had our plans figured out since last summer, there are...

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