Belonging to the Wake Forest Fellows family encourages her to be the best version of herself, writes Caitlin Brooks Edwards (’11).
Stories Tagged: Class of 2011
November 27, 2013
November 5, 2013
Backpacking around the world wasn’t journey enough for Ryan Himmelsbach (’11), so he cycled across the USA.
October 2, 2013
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 […]
October 2, 2013
Chris Paul (’07) Lewisville, NC, and Los Angeles, CA Guard, Los Angeles Clippers and six-time NBA All-Star His cause: Along with his family he established the CP3 Foundation, a philanthropic partnership with The Winston-Salem Foundation in honor of his late grandfather, Nathaniel Jones. The Foundation strives to impact the communities it serves by using its […]
March 7, 2013
Deacs in Love: ROTC alumni Meghan and Rob Vendley serving in Afghanistan
September 27, 2012
Founded The Unique Sheep to produce hand-painted yarn for knitting and crocheting. Works full time with The Unique Sheep. “Define success for yourself. It is easy to get caught up in the aspirations of others and believe that to be successful you need to have X amount of sales, so many employees or the support […]
February 3, 2012
Hillary Taylor’s unusual academic journey, from Wake Forest to Italy to Mexico.
February 1, 2012
The bonds Katelyn Goetz forged with her professor led her to stay at Wake Forest for her graduate work.
January 27, 2012
On a long car ride back to New Delhi after visiting the Taj Mahal, Kendall Hack (Hilton Head, S.C.), Rachel Handel (Gaithersburg, Md.) and Carrie Stokes (Winston-Salem, N.C.) barely noticed the huge cow in the middle of the road, a common sight in India. After five weeks in India for a summer study-abroad communication class […]
August 26, 2011
African children document life through a lens with help from Maddie Brandenburger (’11) and The Snap Project.