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Police Beat

Police Beat
October 1, 2020

COVID-19 Violation/Underage Consumption • A student who was consuming alcohol underage attempted to flee an officer by climbing the fence near Spry Stadium after crossing Polo Road. The report was...

SneezSafe helps contain COVID-19 on WFU campus

SneezSafe helps contain COVID-19 on WFU campus
September 24, 2020

As of Wednesday, Sept. 23, the COVID-19 cases on campus have continued to rise to 127 cases, though the rate of increase in cases has decreased by 17.1% in comparison to the previous week. With the university’s...

Deacon Profile: Hannah Cook

Deacon Profile: Hannah Cook
September 24, 2020

Hannah Cook is a senior finance major from Raleigh, N.C. She is serving as the student senior director for Hit the Bricks in a year when social distancing guidelines make it challenging to hold the relay...

Office of Wellbeing adapts to COVID-19

Office of Wellbeing adapts to COVID-19
September 24, 2020

One thing that people who have gone through periods of anxiety or depression will tell you is that being proactive is far more effective than being reactive when it comes to effectively treating mental...

Code of Conduct regulates student life

Code of Conduct regulates student life
September 24, 2020

Wake Forest has successfully kept campus open since move-in started on Aug. 17, a timeline that sounds short but is on the longer side of higher education in-person operations in North Carolina when considering...

RBG leaves legacy of empowerment

RBG leaves legacy of empowerment
September 24, 2020

On the evening of Sept. 18, Supreme Court Justice and feminist icon Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed away in her home at the age of 87. She died of complications related to her metastatic pancreas cancer, which...

Wake Forest retools gameday experience

Wake Forest retools gameday experience
September 24, 2020

When the clock hit zero, the Truist Field scoreboard marked a resounding 37-13 win for the Clemson Tigers over the Demon Deacons. Yet, as one of the many signs parked outside of the football stadium showed,...

Police Beat

Police Beat
September 24, 2020

COVID-19 Violation/Underage Consumption • Offenders consumed alcohol underage at Poteat Hall and one passed out in the wrong room in Angelou Hall. All offenders were taken to the hospital. The report...

Tigers trounce Deacs 37-13 in opener

Tigers trounce Deacs 37-13 in opener
September 17, 2020

There are reasons Clemson’s quarterback, Trevor Lawrence, will probably be drafted number one overall in the 2021 NFL draft. There are reasons Clemson’s running back, Travis Etienne, was named the...

Positive COVID-19 cases quickly rise past 100

Positive COVID-19 cases quickly rise past 100
September 17, 2020

One week ago on Sept. 8, the reported number of positive COVID-19 cases on campus according to the university dashboard was 54. As of Sept. 16, that number has increased to 103, a 90.7% increase in one...

In memoriam: Brian Colson

In memoriam: Brian Colson
September 17, 2020

Brian Colson, a beloved member of the Parking & Transportation Services staff, passed away shortly after midnight on Wednesday morning. According to WXII News, police responded to a call that there...

Classics embraces anti-racist curriculum

Postdoctoral Fellow Caitlin Hines and artist Leo Rucker unveil of his portrait of Helen Maria Chestnutt as a part of “14 Black Classicists: A Photographic Installation” in the ZSR Library on Friday, January 17, 2019.
September 17, 2020

When professor T.H.M. Gellar-Goad from the Classics department first introduced his “Classics Beyond Whiteness” initiative last fall, the idea was to have a year-long multidisciplinary programming...

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