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Stories Tagged: Class of 2004

Bounty from Harmony Ridge Farm

In Pursuit of Greener Pastures

Last summer was a strange one around Winston-Salem, one of the coolest and wettest on record. For most of us, a break from the South’s usual summer swelter is a blessed relief, and only 30 summer days without rain is just an inconvenience, an annoyance that ruins nothing more than beach trips and yard work. […]

On Museum Hack

On The Museum Hack

While visiting The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, you might expect a tour guide to tell you about the brushstrokes that Emanuel Leutze used when painting “Washington Crossing the Delaware.” What you may not expect: being asked to sit on the floor and make a sculpture out of Play-Doh, imitate a pose […]

Taylor Field ('76, P '08)
Pastor, East 7th Baptist Church
New York City

Portraits of Pro Humanitate

Taylor Field (’76, P ’08) NEW YORK CITY Pastor of East 7th Baptist Church, also known as Graffiti Church His cause: Through his church he provides food, clothing, after-school programs, legal services and addiction-recovery programs to the poor, homeless and addicted. Graffiti Church serves 10,000 people a year. “Wake Forest gave me opportunities to ‘first […]

The late Fred Scully and his daughter, Carrington.

Paying it Forward for Fred

Random acts of kindness honor the late Fred Scully (’04, MSA ’05), who remained focused on what he had, not what he was losing.


Ode to Reynolda Gardens

The Gardener By David Bare (P ’09) We are blessed to have the gift of Reynolda Gardens in our community. It is a rare and wonderful treasure to have an estate’s garden, meadow and woodland at our back door, open for free, public use. The 1961 deed of gift transferring Reynolda Gardens to Wake Forest […]


Alumnus leads student to ‘Wake’ and ‘Forest’

Probably no one’s journey to Wake Forest was longer than Somali native Yasin Ali’s, but he had Jordan Adam (’04) pointing the way.

Kate Farber Gold ('04) pursued her passion.

A taste for social media

Social media expert Kate Farber Gold (’04) lands dream job at Food Network.

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A Washington experience

She isn’t a politician or a government bureaucrat, but Sara Clement (’04) helps Wake Forest students succeed in our nation’s capital.


Kiley Smith (’04) exports her business skills to aid entrepreneurs in Chile

Kiley Smith (’04) believes in giving back, whether it’s helping underprivileged students in Philadelphia or entrepreneurs in Santiago, Chile.


Ginny Olson builds bridges to Armenia and Turkey

Ginny B. Olson (MBA ’04) helps develop programs to address crosscultural social and economic challenges.