Former roommates push into the traditional male territory of hardware to successfully launch a different kind of iron.
Retired Army Col. Jay Waters ('87) bikes from coast-to-coast to honor veterans.
Isaac Sims (’75) offered a compassionate ear and help to younger classmates facing challenges in the 1970s.
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Wake Forest's LGBTQ+ Center begins a second decade supporting a welcoming environment for students, faculty and staff.
Kerry M. King ('85)
Wayland Johnson ('61) remembers the day Wake Forest and Winston-Salem State students changed history.
Journalist Kasha Patel (‘12) finds the serious and the humorous in science.
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.
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Wake Forest students walk past maple trees ablaze with October color.
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Maria Henson (’82), Kerry M. King (’85) and Carol L. Hanner