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Caitlin Edwards Brooks (back row, fourth from right) and other Wake Forest Fellows alumni at the Nov. 23 reunion.

Wake Forest Fellows: a family reunion

Belonging to the Wake Forest Fellows family encourages her to be the best version of herself, writes Caitlin Brooks Edwards (’11).

Mary Dalton (second from left) talks with first-year students outside Luter Hall.

Go, (Luter) Hogs!

Professor in the lounge! Interaction benefits everyone and builds community, says Faculty Fellow Mary Dalton (’83).

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Nikolai Vitti (’00): Race to the top

Nikolai Vitti (’00, MAEd ’01) is on a mission to transform one of the largest school districts in the country.


The familiar and the unfamiliar

For alumni parents, freshman move-in was a day to share memories of their time at Wake Forest while encouraging their children to forge their own path.

101 Things We Love About Wake Forest: No. 85 - Rolling the Quad

No. 76 – No. 101

 DESSERT FOR A DEAC Leavening legend. Tailgate treasure. What would any pregame party be without Deacon Crunch cookies, mouth-watering morsels chock-full of oatmeal, corn flakes, and chocolate chips created by hostess extraordinaire Marybeth Sutton Wallace (’86)? Does anyone doubt she’s the Martha Stewart of Wake Forest? THE BIEDERMAN CONNECTION Around Hearn Plaza have you noticed […]

Toby A. Hale

Hale/Orser Fund honors associate deans’ commitment to students

A new fund honors Toby A. Hale (’65, P ’03), Paul N. Orser (’69, P ’01) and their dedication to students.

Manju Seal (MA '90), photograph by Travis Dove ('04)

Manju Seal (MA ’90): A ‘greater profit’

Manju Seal (MA ’90) put her high-powered financial career on hold to fight domestic violence.

Toby Hale has mentored countless students over the last 40 years.

Godspeed, Dean Toby A. Hale

When Dean Toby A. Hale retires this summer, Wake Forest will lose a significant piece of its heart and soul.

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Missy Malkush (’06): A helping hand

Missy Malkush (’06) has volunteered in four countries to help those who’ve lost limbs to war, disease or injuries.

Rogan Kersh

Rogan Returns

When Wake Forest appointed Rogan Kersh (’86) as the University’s new provost and professor of political science on Jan. 26, it was a happy homecoming for the former Reynolds Scholar and his professors. Kersh assumed his duties as chief academic officer, with responsibility for administering the academic programs and plans of the Reynolda Campus, in […]