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WFU to offer gender – neutral housing option

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March 3, 2016

Following a three-year collaborative process between The Office of Campus Life, Residence Life and Housing and the LGBTQ Center, rising sophomores, juniors and seniors will be able to apply for gender...

Multicultural sorority promotes diversity

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March 3, 2016

Junior Anita Patel was looking for a close-knit group that not only embraced her personality, but also her own ethnic background. She found this fit in Delta Xi Phi, the only recognized multicultural sorority...

Deacon Profile: Hannah Montague

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March 3, 2016

Hannah Montague is a junior pursuing a double major in biology and Russian with a minor in environmental science. Her extracurricular involvement with a variety of different organizations across campus...

“Tie a Yellow Ribbon Week” shows support for victims

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March 3, 2016

In February of each year, the Wake Forest chapter of PREPARE hosts “Tie a Yellow Ribbon Week” in order to raise awareness about sexual assault and stand in solidarity with those who have experienced...

Sigma Phi Epsilon hosts lecture with Imam Griggs

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March 3, 2016

“A connection between Greek Life and the Islamic faith is something that students may never draw,” said sophomore member of Sigma Phi Epsilon Faraz Ahmed. However, seeing an opportunity to create a...

Tedx event sparks conversation on global issues

Tedx event sparks conversation on global issues
February 25, 2016

Centered on different aspects of security, the student-run TedX event, Haven: Fearlessness Reimagined, on Saturday, Feb. 20, featured eight speakers who are all part of a larger global conversation. Wait...

Barbara Ransby delivers Anna Julia Cooper lecture

Barbara Ransby delivers Anna Julia Cooper lecture
February 25, 2016

“Radical, to me, does not mean crazy,” said historian, writer and political activist Barbara Ransby to an audience in Porter Byrum Welcome Center Tuesday evening. “It means rigorous. It means looking...

Wake named “College that Pays You Back”

Wake named “College that Pays You Back”
February 25, 2016

Wake Forest appeared alongside schools such as Princeton, Johns Hopkins and Vanderbilt on the Princeton Review’s list of “Colleges that Pay You Back” — a comprehensive list of colleges and universities...

Two students proceed to National Debate Tournament

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February 18, 2016

Two students will represent Wake Forest in the National Debate Tournament in New York this March to try and earn the university its third national debate championship. Junior Corrine Sugino and sophomore...

ASIA organizes Chinese New Year event

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February 18, 2016

The Barn was transformed into a display of Asian culture, as various multicultural campus groups co-hosted a festival on Feb. 13 to celebrate the Chinese Lunar New Year. The festival was organized by...

Wake Forest hosts congressional candidate

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February 18, 2016

Wake Forest College Republicans hosted former Louisiana senator and congressional candidate Elbert Guillory on Feb. 12. Guillory has drawn interest across the country due to his multiple changes in party...

Campus CMT handles unexpected emergencies

Campus CMT handles unexpected  emergencies
February 11, 2016

Wake Forest is often deemed to be in its own little bubble, but that bubble isn’t an invincible forcefield.The problems of the external world can still infiltrate the operations of campus at any moment. Just...

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