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Booster shots come to campus

Booster shots come to campus

Breanna Laws, Staff Writer November 18, 2021

With more research being conducted every day on COVID-19 and related safety measures, Wake Forest is doing what they can to adhere to new regulations and guidelines as they are released. Students and faculty...

Wake Forest celebrates NAHM

Wake Forest celebrates NAHM

Christa Dutton, Staff Writer November 18, 2021

November is Native American Heritage Month (NAHM), and the Intercultural Center (IC) has a variety of events planned that will highlight and celebrate Native and Indigenous leadership, values and culture....

This graph, created by the UCC and presented to the Student Government Senate explains the reasoning behind the new changes to how students can schedule appointments.

Students react to new UCC changes

Emily Toro, Assistant News Editor November 11, 2021

“I think the [University Counseling] Center has lost almost all of its credibility as an institution dedicated to student care,” sophomore Jacob Graff said of the University Counseling Center’s Nov....

Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright and former Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel addressed a wide range of political and foreign policy topics in two talks on Nov. 9.

Albright and Hagel speak face-to-face with students

Anita Dongieux, Contributing Writer November 11, 2021

On Tuesday, Nov. 9, Wake Forest’s Face to Face Speaker Series held a forum in Wait Chapel with former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright and former Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel. This students-only...

Renowned activist and scholar Cornel West speaks to Wake Forest students and community members in a Wait Chapel lecture on Nov. 4. West spoke on the importance of love and humanity.

Cornel West speaks on campus

Aine Pierre, News Editor November 11, 2021

On Nov. 4 and 5, renowned scholar and activist Cornel West came to Wake Forest’s campus to speak to students and community members. On Nov. 4, West delivered a lecture to Wake Forest community members...

A report from the Institute for Democracy & Higher Education finds that Wake Forest’s student population voted at a higher rate than the North Carolina average.

2020 turnout numbers released

Drew Skilton, Contributing Writer November 11, 2021

In 2020, Wake Forest University’s voting rate for the undergraduate student population skyrocketed to 78.2% — an increase of 29.9% from the 2016 election — according to a National Study of Learning,...

Chinese, Gamelan ensembles hold joint concert

Chinese, Gamelan ensembles hold joint concert

Chase Bagnall Koger, Staff Writer November 11, 2021

Hanes Art Gallery rang with traditional Chinese and Indonesian music on Friday, Nov. 5, as the WFU Department of Music kicked off the semester’s lineup of on-campus concerts, beginning with performances...

Dorm repairs force students to move

Dorm repairs force students to move

Breanna Laws, Staff Writer November 11, 2021

Since the summer, Luter Residence Hall has gone through major reconstruction, and the revitalization is slated to finish before the start of the Spring 2022 semester. As a result, certain members of the...

State Senator and U.S. Senate candidate Jeff Jackson takes questions from students, faculty, staff and alumni at a town hall event in Pugh Auditorium Monday afternoon.

Jeff Jackson holds town hall

Aine Pierre, News Editor November 4, 2021

With control of Washington on the line, pundits and anxious observers alike have turned their attention to North Carolina’s Senate race. On Monday afternoon, State Senator Jeff Jackson, one of three...

Community discusses renaming at forum

Community discusses renaming at forum

Christa Dutton, Staff Writer November 4, 2021

What is in a name? Who do we honor? And how, where, when and why do we honor them? These questions were central to the discussion at the town-hall-style meeting on building renaming that was hosted on...

The cast of “The Normal Heart” poses with their “Silence = Death” poster, which now hangs in the Scales Fine Arts Center lobby.

Wearing “The Normal Heart” on your sleeve

Cooper Sullivan, Assistant News Editor November 4, 2021

Although the prevalence of AIDS is no longer at the height that it was in the 1980s, the crisis is far from over. People across the globe have been living with HIV/AIDS and dying from complications of...

ARAW connects students to resources

ARAW connects students to resources

Breanna Laws, Contributing Writer November 4, 2021

With the end of the semester quickly approaching, it is important for all students to take advantage of the academic resources at their disposal. To that end, Student Government is putting on their second...

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