As the Demon Deacon mascot Andrew Borum (’08) was an ‘invisible celebrity.’ This week he’s about to be very visible on a nationally televised game show.
Stories Tagged: Parents
July 16, 2013
June 3, 2013
A new fund honors Toby A. Hale (’65, P ’03), Paul N. Orser (’69, P ’01) and their dedication to students.
May 20, 2013
A ceremony that began with students delivering the welcome in half a dozen languages concluded with heavy rain falling, almost on cue, as it ended.
September 10, 2012
Seventeen years after four-year-old Mary Scott Haynie was the Homecoming poster child, she’s entering her senior year at Wake Forest.
July 5, 2011
A local high school student who died after a football injury has inspired an incoming first-year student at Wake Forest.
June 25, 2011
“I had to help. I had to help. It was a no-brainer.”
June 23, 2011
What’s the meaning of that ‘P’? It’s our way of recognizing parents.
June 3, 2011
It’s tough keeping up with anyone in Wake Forest’s prestigious semester-in-D.C. program — particularly Aubrey Vaughan and her fast-paced footsteps. This spring, the junior political science major is in the midst of the juggling act otherwise known as WAKE Washington. Vaughan, from rural Versailles, Ky., spends most of her days working at a full-time internship where she creates civics education materials and does media outreach for nonprofit Rock the Vote.
June 3, 2011
FORTY YEARS after the movie “Brian’s Song” put Wake Forest in the national spotlight, a film that opened this spring also combines football and adversity, and it presents the close-knit community of Demon Deacons. “The 5th Quarter” features the 2006 Wake Forest football season — when the Deacs were predicted to be in last place but ended up ACC Champions — as a backdrop for a more personal story. Defensive player Jon Abbate (’10) lost his younger brother Luke in an auto accident at home in Marietta, Ga., before the season began.
April 18, 2011
Sound designer Stowe Nelson (’08) has an ear for what theatregoers hear.