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Deacon Profile: David Hagy

Deacon Profile: David Hagy
October 31, 2018

Professor and Orchestra Director David Hagy is the conductor of the annual midnight Halloween concert. Now in his 24th year, the concert experience has been described as “an epic enchantment” of a...

International Education Week Celebrates Diversity

International Education Week Celebrates Diversity
October 31, 2018

Every year, colleges across the U.S. spend an entire week hosting activities that celebrate internationalization and its benefits on campus. This week, titled “International Education Week,” was celebrated...

Students Protest Sexual Assault

Students Protest Sexual Assault
October 25, 2018

The decision of the Brett Kavanaugh hearing and Dr. Christine Blasey Ford’s story inspired a walk-out in support of sexual assault survivors last Friday, Oct. 19. Wake Forest junior Catherine Mizzi hosted...

Deacon Profile: College Fed Challenge

Deacon Profile: College Fed Challenge
October 25, 2018

On Saturday, Oct. 20, the Wake Forest College Fed Challenge Team hosted and competed in the Richmond Fed Challenge in Kirby Hall. This is an academic competition in which teams consisting of five to six...

Homecoming Court Changes Nomination Process

Homecoming Court Changes Nomination Process
October 25, 2018

Wake Forest’s motto, “Pro Humanitate,” translated to “for humanity,” urges many to use their notable abilities as Wake Forest students to better the community and the lives of others. This year,...

Local Project Fights Immigration Detention

Local Project Fights Immigration Detention
October 25, 2018

The bustling of sewing machines, murmurs of Spanish, throwing of colorful clothing and kneading of pillow fluff made for more than an ordinary Thursday afternoon at the Forsyth County Public Library. For...

Students Hope To Increase Millennial Turnout

A poll worker gets
October 25, 2018

Midterm elections are quickly approaching and voter registration is coming to a close. In years past, that has meant that young people are neither registered nor interested in voting. To many, things seem...

Incident Report: Oct. 9 – Oct. 21

Incident Report: Oct. 9 - Oct. 21
October 25, 2018

Larceny • Subject stole a scooter from the Miller Center. The report was filed on Oct. 9 at 5:37 p.m. • Subject broke into a restaurant and stole from its safe in Reynolda Village. The report was...

Campus Prepares For The 2018 Flu Season

Campus Prepares For The 2018 Flu Season
October 25, 2018

Midterm exam season is a busy time for students, causing them to spend more time studying and less time practicing healthy habits, thus increasing their risk of contracting illnesses. Exam season coincides...

Student Government General Assembly: Oct. 23

Student Government General Assembly: Oct. 23
October 25, 2018

Executive Reports President Danny Reeves reported that this Thursday at 5pm will be the first Mental Health Coalition meeting in the Student Government office. Speaker of the House Will Hargrove reported...

Delta Kappa Epsilon Fraternity To Be Shut Down

Photo courtesy of Walker Rise's public Facebook page
October 18, 2018

Following an administrative hearing that took place on Oct. 10, the Psi Delta chapter of Delta Kappa Epsilon (DKE) was closed by the university on Oct. 15 for multiple violations of the Student Code of...

Book Club Focuses On Graphic Novels

Book Club Focuses On Graphic Novels
October 18, 2018

Venturing to the upper floors of ZSR Library during midterm season, one can encounter groups of students poring over textbooks and notes while preparing for upcoming exams. Amongst these students, one...

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