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Maria Henson ('82)

Maria Henson (’82), a Pulitzer Prize winner and a 1994 Nieman Fellow at Harvard, worked at newspapers until 2009. After living in Botswana, she returned to the Reynolda Campus to oversee the Wake Forest Magazine, teach and share the notable tales of Demon Deacons.


Stories by Maria Henson ('82)

Look at Her Now

Look at Her Now

Maria Henson ('82)


In 1968 'Bos' arrived as a shy first-year student from Memphis. Today she is the first female to lead the Wake Forest Board of Trustees.

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Making Waves

Making Waves

Maria Henson ('82)


Vice President for Campus Life Penny Rue wants to enhance a University community where everyone at any age can dive in and thrive.

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Quick Bites

Quick Bites

Maria Henson (’82), Cherin C. Poovey (P ’08), Kerry M. King ('85), Margaret Mercer (’15)
and Tess Stowers (’14)


From birds and bees to research and root vegetables, food is an integral part of academic and student life.

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