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From cable to classroom: Melissa Harris-Perry (’94) returns to her alma mater

Meet the MHP you don’t see on her cable-news show.

Pam Key on the cover of the Oct. 16, 1971 Band Day football program.

That bold girl from Bristol

Pam Key (’72) stepped up and made history as the Wake Forest marching band’s first female drum major.

Harold Hayes

Harold Hayes: ‘Smiling through the apocalypse’

Tom Hayes (’79) explores the magical world of his father, famed Esquire editor Harold Hayes (’48).

Mustafa Abdullah ('10) with the Rev. Jesse Jackson in Ferguson, Missouri. All photos courtesy of Mustafa Abdullah.

On the ground in Ferguson

Mustafa Abdullah (’10), a program associate with the ACLU of Missouri, was in Ferguson, Missouri, following Michael Brown’s death.

'All animals have a story that is part of our history.'

Eric Hallman (’77) is saving the cows

Eric Hallman, head of The Livestock Conservancy, says maintaining genetic diversity in cows is critical to avoid a crisis akin to the Irish potato famine.

The Boodle Inn, constructed by students of Wake Forest College in 1947.

The house the Boodlers built

In 1947 industrious students came up with a solution to the Old Campus housing shortage — they built the Boodle Inn.

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A magical day

Alumni pass on the Wake Forest experience to their children.

Author Guy T. Montgomery ('09) with his wife, Genevieve.

Spine-tingling tales

Guy T. Montgomery’s (’09) first book is a collection of ghostly stories haunting historic Old Salem.

Ed Christman, Convocation 2002

What’s in a name

For years, Chaplain Ed Christman (’50, JD ’53) welcomed new students with a simple message: ‘You matter’

Jane Patton Williams says her art is a way of giving back to Wake Forest.

Food for the soul, from the heart

Handmade pottery by Jane Patton Williams (MAEd ’76) brings food for the soul to campus dining hall.