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IdeasCity comes to Winston-Salem

IdeasCity comes to Winston-Salem
October 8, 2020

It is not every day that Silicon Valley tech meets abstract art, or alternate reality meets design thinking. But what if those elements could come together to advance quality of life — from making metropolitan...

Sorority recruitment adapts to COVID-19

Sorority recruitment adapts to COVID-19
October 8, 2020

Sorority recruitment at Wake Forest is typically a fanfare-filled event. Throughout the fall semester, prospective new members (PNMs) attend a number of events geared towards meeting current members and...

Antiracism comes to the math classroom

Antiracism comes to the math classroom
October 8, 2020

According to the Department of Mathematics and Statistics Chair Sarah Raynor, mathematical and statistical models have been employed to create some of the more racist practices of modern times, from over-policing...

COVID-19 changes study habits on campus

COVID-19 changes study habits on campus
October 8, 2020

During the average year at Wake Forest, there seemed to be no end to a student’s study schedule. If you walked by the ZSR library’s atrium at 10 p.m. during midterms, it would normally be bustling...

Deacon Profile: Lisa Highet

Deacon Profile: Lisa Highet
October 8, 2020

Lisa Highet is a senior history major and religious studies minor from New York City. She is the president of Wake Forest University's chapter of the College Republicans organization. Highet first became...

University pushes for higher voter turnout

University pushes for higher voter turnout
October 1, 2020

The registration rate shows the proportion of Wake Forest students that registered to vote that election year. The voting rate portrays the proportion of students who voted out of all eligible voters....

Deacon Profile: Bradley Shugoll

Wake Forest Fellows program headshots, Thursday, August 8, 2013.  Brad Shugoll ('13).
October 1, 2020

Brad Shugoll is the Associate Director of Service & Leadership in the Office of Civic & Community Engagement (OCCE). He first came to Wake Forest as an undergraduate in 2009 and returned to work...

OLAS celebrates Latinx Heritage Month

OLAS celebrates Latinx Heritage Month
October 1, 2020

For the Organization of Latin American Students (OLAS), a little celebration was a lot overdue.  After having their events cancelled last spring due to COVID-19, OLAS, led by Secretary Estefania Narvaez,...

Counseling Center struggles with demand

Counseling Center struggles with demand
October 1, 2020

In this third installation about the various mental health resources that exist on Wake Forest’s campus, the University Counseling Center (UCC) is the final subject at hand. And what better way to examine...

Outside the Bubble: 2020 Presidential Debate

Debate moderator and Fox News anchor Chris Wallace directs the first presidential debate between President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden at the Health Education Campus of Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland on September 29, 2020. (Olivier Douliery/Pool/Getty Images/TNS)
October 1, 2020

In an overly-polarized presidential race where any major subject from COVID-19 measures to climate change seem to have been politicized, the majority of people who watched the presidential debate on Tuesday...

App State student passes away from COVID-19

App State student passes  away  from COVID-19
October 1, 2020

A student died at Appalachian State University after testing positive for COVID-19 on Sept. 29, as announced by university officials. At Wake Forest, just 86 miles down US-421 N the tragedy is hitting...

COVID-19 misinformation circulates on campus

COVID-19 misinformation circulates on campus
October 1, 2020

With its own lengthy Wikipedia page, misinformation surrounding COVID-19 has been circulating since the pandemic began. From the effectiveness of masks to the origins of the disease, conspiracy theories...

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