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A sign in Tribble Courtyard reminds students to eat during the first semester finals week. Disordered eating constitutes a major issue on the Wake Forest campus.

Exploring eating disorders at Wake Forest

Henry Parkhurst, Contributing Writer January 13, 2022

Work. Study. Exercise. Party. Repeat. That is the ever-present reality of college life at Wake Forest University according to many students. Binding together that cycle is the pressure to be great —...

The newly-renovated Luter residence hall is named after Joseph Williamson Luter III, a Wake Forest alum, University benefactor and entrepreneur.

The man behind Luter residence hall

Breanna Laws, Staff Writer January 13, 2022

 “Whatever success I’ve had would not have been possible without my Wake Forest education,” Joseph Luter said. Luter is a Wake Forest University benefactor and businessman out of Smithfield, VA. The...

Over the last 50 years, Lake Katherine has slowly transformed from a sizeable lake into a more grassy wetland that now spans the area surrounding Reynolda Village.

Wake Forest takes steps to address climate change

Caroline Bailey, Contributing Writer January 13, 2022

When it comes to long periods without rain, extended warm seasons and other climate-related issues, Wake Forest has seen it all. But Wake Forest is now putting together action plans to make campus more...

Members of Athenas Lifting Club participate in a training session at a Functional 45 training studio in Winston-Salem.

Athenas Lifting Club looks to empower non-male lifters

Aine Pierre, Online Managine Editor January 13, 2022

Inside the Sutton Center’s gym is a weightlifting room that some on-campus refer to as the “fishbowl,” where onlookers from other floors can watch every second of someone’s weightlifting workout....

Deacon Profile: Mason Goodwyn

Deacon Profile: Mason Goodwyn

Meredith Prince, Staff Writer December 2, 2021

Mason Goodwyn is a freshman from Leesburg, Va. who intends to major in mathematical business. He is a member of the Reformed University Fellowship (RUF) on campus, the Leadership and Character Scholars...

Deacon Profile: Zach Scofield

Deacon Profile: Zach Scofield

Cooper Sullivan, Assistant News Editor November 18, 2021

Zach Scofield is a senior from Rutherfordton, N.C. who is majoring in physics and minoring in mathematics. Over the summer, Scofield was awarded a URECA grant to study the quantum effects related to a...

Deacon Profile: Brad Wood

Deacon Profile: Brad Wood

Aine Pierre, News Editor November 11, 2021

Colonel Brad Wood is an alumnus of Wake Forest who graduated in 1992 with a degree in history. During his time at Wake Forest, he was involved in the Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC). He then went...

Deacon Profile: Chris Cates

Deacon Profile: Chris Cates

Sophie Guymon and Maryam Khanum November 4, 2021

Chris Cates is a senior from Graham, North Carolina majoring in sociology and theatre. They are playing the lead role, Ned Weeks, in the Theatre Department's production of "The Normal Heart". Cates serves...

Deacon Profile: Mark Sucoloski

Deacon Profile: Mark Sucoloski

Cooper Sullivan, Assistant News Editor October 28, 2021

Mark Sucoloski (stage name Mark Taylor) is a senior communication major from Baltimore, Maryland with minors in sociology and entrepreneurship & social enterprise. He is the music director for Chi...

Deacon Profile: Sean Hannah

Deacon Profile: Sean Hannah

Breanna Laws, Contributing Writer October 21, 2021

Sean Hannah is a professor of management and holder of the Tylee Wilson Chair at the Wake Forest School of Business. He is the editor-in-chief of the Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies, and...

Deacon Profile: Jonathan Lee Walton

Deacon Profile: Jonathan Lee Walton

Maddie Sayre, Staff Writer October 14, 2021

Jonathan Lee Walton has been Dean of the School of Divinity, the Presidential Chair of Religion and the Dean of Wait Chapel since 2019. He earned his Ph.D. in divinity at Princeton Theological Seminary...

Deacon Profile: Sakina Barthe-Sukhera

Deacon Profile: Sakina Barthe-Sukhera

Maddie Sayre, Contributing Writer September 30, 2021

Sakina Barthe-Sukhera is a senior at Wake Forest majoring in Environmental Science and minoring in both Religious Studies and Arabic. Her passion for ecology — as well as her involvement in Campus Garden...

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