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Two Ed Wilsons for Homecoming

There were two Ed Wilsons at the Class of ’64 reunion.

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The Thing He Carried

With little fanfare, Andy Heck (’70, P ’98) takes the two aging rolls of butcher paper out of a plastic grocery bag and begins unrolling them on the kitchen countertop at his home in Pawleys Island, South Carolina. “The scroll,” as he calls the two rolls of paper, is the bridge between those different parts […]

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Harold Hayes: ‘Smiling through the apocalypse’

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

Walker Nolan ('65), center, between Sen. Howard Baker (R-Tenn) and Sen. Sam Ervin (D-NC) at the Watergate Committee hearings.

Alumni remember the 40th anniversary of Nixon’s resignation

Three alumni investigated the Watergate scandal that led to President Richard M. Nixon’s resignation.

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‘The rockets’ red glare, the bombs bursting in air’

Before he was “Mr. Wake Forest,” Ed Wilson (’43) was Ensign Wilson, serving aboard a destroyer escort in World War II.

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From Gutenberg to Kindle

Lost in the brave new world of e-books, Kindles and Nooks? The ZSR Library wants to help.

Travis Manning ('93) with his Employee of the Year award.

True to himself: Travis Manning (’93)

Books have always been there to guide ZSR’s Travis Manning (’93) along his life journey.

'Libraries, it turns out, are filled with stacks of books — and of memories,' writes Jane Freeman Crosthwaite.

Checking out the ghosts in ZSR library

Is that the ghost of A.C. Reid? ZSR library is filled with more than books, writes Jane Freeman Crosthwaite (’59).

David Paff, Rachel Weaver: WF memories sparked an instant connection.

Deacs in Love: Rachel Weaver (’93) and David Paff (’86)

Deacs in Love: what might the future hold for Rachel Weaver (’93) and David Paff (’86)?

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Secrets of the past reveal famous alumnus’ past

The daughter of distinguished alumnus Laurence Stallings (1916) discovers his fascinating past.