Isaac Sims (’75) offered a compassionate ear and help to younger classmates facing challenges in the 1970s.
Take a tour of the University's people, places, customs, history and favorite things.
Wake Forest's LGBTQ+ Center begins a second decade supporting a welcoming environment for students, faculty and staff.
How I found my confidence and my calling at Wake Forest.
Journalist Kasha Patel (‘12) finds the serious and the humorous in science.
Kerry M. King ('85)
Wayland Johnson ('61) remembers the day Wake Forest and Winston-Salem State students changed history.
Margaret “Peggy” Supplee Smith
Professor emerita and author of a book on Winston-Salem’s architectural history sees the city in a new light in retirement.
Carol L. Hanner
Matt James (’14) keeps Pro Humanitate in his sights even as the cameras roll on his latest TV competition.
#FlashbackFriday #wakeflashback The Wait Chapel cornerstone was dedicated in October 1953. But there was one problem with it, and you've probably seen it many times. What was it? The cornerstone...
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RT @ESPNCFB: Wake Forest wins a wild 70-56 game over Army!
The Demon Deacons stay hot and move to 7-0 😤 https://t.co/NxayO4danP
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Wake Forest students walk past maple trees ablaze with October color.
Ken Bennett photo
Maria Henson (’82), Kerry M. King (’85) and Carol L. Hanner