Douglas H. Nesbit (’92, P ’21, ’23) toasts the Masters Tournament and Wake Forest with a book of beverage recipes honoring everything Deacon.
Army veteran Matt Gallagher (’05) answered his friend’s call to help Ukrainians.
An alumna and her husband leave their comfort zone to launch snack foods aimed at reducing the chances of infants developing nut allergies.
Historian Dan Morrill ('60) brings a business-savvy approach to saving historic properties.
They played fantasy football in college. Now it’s their business.
Carol L. Hanner
Isaac Sims (’75) offered a compassionate ear and help to younger classmates facing challenges in the 1970s.
Kerry M. King ('85)
Retired Army Col. Jay Waters ('87) bikes from coast-to-coast to honor veterans.
Wayland Johnson ('61) remembers the day Wake Forest and Winston-Salem State students changed history.
Filmmaker Chris Hudson (MFA ’18) creates a documentary that delves into the passions driving six decades of cultural fascination with “The Andy Griffith Show.”
More happy graduates at Wake Forest University Commencement! From left, Remy Butts, Andrew Mauney, Jackson Cole, Thomas Laws (brother of our own deputy editor Katherine Laws '20) and Rains...
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A peaceful, snowy day on campus
Ken Bennett photo
Maria Henson ('82)