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Wake Forest Does Not Offer Enough Alternatives To Greek Life

Wake Forest Does Not Offer Enough Alternatives To Greek Life
March 7, 2019

The problem with Wake Forest social life is not that it is too Greek, but that it is not non-Greek enough. That is, there are not strong enough alternatives to the predominantly Greek way of life at Wake...

The History Department Began a Fund for Summer Internships

The History Department Began a Fund for Summer Internships
February 2, 2018

The Department of History is launching a pilot grant program that will provide financial support for history majors pursuing internships over the summer. The idea behind the program is to connect intellectual...

Learning how to serve others is crucial for leadership

Learning how to serve others is crucial for leadership
September 28, 2017

In the spring of last year, Drew Gilpin Faust, President of Harvard University, delivered a moving speech to the United States Military Academy at West Point. Faust, a prize-winning Civil War historian,...

Lincoln stabilized this country when no one else could

Lincoln stabilized this country when no one else could
September 21, 2017

In the summer of 1862, President Abraham Lincoln, who never knew a peaceful moment during his one and only term in office, needed a victory. On Sept. 17, he got one in the form of the Battle of Antietam....

“Pro Humanitate” should be better understood

“Pro Humanitate” should be better understood
September 14, 2017

You would think that a university motto’s meaning, the very essence of a university’s mission and purpose, would be common knowledge or at least warrant  critical examination. I am afraid that in...

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