Sometimes, you can find a friend in the most unlikely place.
Jessica Peterson Dempsey ('96, JD '99) and Melanie Sheffield Haley ('00) never crossed paths at Wake. Then a twist of fate brought them together — forever.
For two short hours we left behind our burdens, our stresses, our differences and our loneliness and we danced together.
Restaurateur Kate Ward Leeder ('98) took the career path less traveled and ended up exactly where she was supposed to be.
Ed Kivett ('87, MBA '94) realizes his life's dream as a mountain innkeeper.
Mike Ford ('72), Guest Writer
On the question: What makes you feel 'most alive?'
Kerry M. King ('85)
Old post office box doors reveal a simpler time when getting a letter from back home would lift your spirits.
Cherin C. Poovey (P '08)
Time for tailgating and Marybeth Sutton Wallace's ('86) famous Deacon Crunch cookies.
Maria Henson ('82), Cherin C. Poovey (P '08), Kerry M. King ('85), Allison Cacich ('13)
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23 hours ago
RT @NazTDeac: Thanks to all our Deacon Family and friends for helping make things possible on and off the field! https://t.co/EZxqlwOduN
5 hours ago
ZSR glows! Must be all that learning going on …
Photo by Ken Bennett
Michele Gillespie, Wake Forest Kahle Family Professor of History
Maria Henson ('82)