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Life Through the Lens: Ameya Bellamkonda

Life Through the Lens: Ameya Bellamkonda

Ameya Bellamkonda, Contributing Columnist January 13, 2022

When I began writing this column, I thought about all of the lenses through which I view the world and the best ways to introduce them and their purposes to readers. When I think about the future of this...

Life through the lens - Elisabeth Kuguru

Life through the lens – Elisabeth Kuguru

Elisabeth Kuguru and Adam Coil October 28, 2021

For most students at Wake Forest, answering the question, “Where are you from?” is simple. The answer does not come so easily to Elisabeth Kuguru, though. Kuguru was born in Nairobi, Kenya, but soon...

Life through the lens: Yushuo Wang

Life through the lens: Yushuo Wang

Yushuo Wang, Contributing Writer September 23, 2021

This week features Yushou Wang, a sophomore back on campus after a year-long hiatus due to COVID-19 complications. She is intending on majoring in communications and minoring in journalism and economics....

Life through the lens - Maahla Fofack

Life through the lens – Maahla Fofack

Maahla Fofack, Contributing Writer September 16, 2021

In this edition, the column features a glimpse into life through the lens of Maahla Fofack, a junior from Rockville, Md. She is pursuing a degree in biochemistry with a concentration in molecular biology....

Life Through the Lens - Aine Pierre

Life Through the Lens – Aine Pierre

Aine Pierre, News Editor September 9, 2021

Joe Cho and I are extremely grateful for the support we received on last week’s edition of the Life Through The Lens column. We were hesitant — and honestly, a bit anxious — to publish and introduce...

Life through the lens

Life through the lens

Selinna Tran and Joe Cho September 2, 2021

While I like minions and Joe likes bikes, these are not single characteristics that make up our identities or who we are. When I am on campus, people don’t look at me and only think of me as the “girl...

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