Alumnus Eric Olson makes a breakthrough in muscular dystrophy research (with a boost from Annie and Willie Nelson)
Wake Forest has launched a national movement to gather its people for powerful, meaningful conversations.
A professor who led Wake Forest’s new Global AWAKEnings Program recounts her semester of living Danishly.
Wake Forest leads the way in study abroad, drawing international students and integrating global awareness throughout the campus and beyond
How Wubetu Shimelash, a shepherd boy from the wilderness of Ethiopia, made his way to Wake Forest, and, yes, shoes had something to do with it
Kerry M. King ('85)
Teacher Mark Schnably (’92) and his students develop a potentially life-saving floodgate.
Maria Henson ('82)
Founding Chair of the Department of Engineering
Jessica Hood Pate ('01) turns her dorm-room hobby into a thriving online business.
Carol L. Hanner
Elise Wallace (’11) is taking a physical and spiritual journey the length of the Appalachian Trail while documenting her conversations with fellow hikers.
Grace Goldman ('22) and Ernie Johnson, who works in recycling for Wake Forest, met more than two years ago when he was a custodian in Scales Fine Arts Center and she was a rising junior in high...
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Gingy from the movie Shrek is hanging out in the Alumni Hall lobby. No degree from Wake Forest could be confirmed. He won’t say why he’s here to visit. But we love visitors.
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RT @WakeForestNews: Check out these photos of Project Pumpkin through the years. @WakeForest celebrates its 30th Project Pumpkin on Oct. 24…
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London is the site of Worrell House, one of three Wake Forest houses where students can study abroad. The others are the Flow House in Vienna and Casa Artom in Venice.
Illustration by Elizabeth Traynor
Kerry King ('85)
Christine Graf, Guest Contributor