Dr. Susan R. Wente is installed as Wake Forest’s 14th president, sharing her transformative journey and charting a historic course for the University.
Behold the humble Fijian dish bearing tidings from Polynesia, an explorer’s ship, a ‘Disneyland’ museum circa mid-1700s and a Wake Forest bet on the future.
The Rev. Tish Harrison Warren (’01) wrote about noticing God in the routines of daily life. Then came the invitation to share her reflections on faith in the public and private spheres with millions.
Prost! Danke! He's 100 years old with a lesson about giving.
A recollection of two mentors’ lasting lessons
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.”
#FlashbackFriday #wakeflashback Imagine living in a dorm room with oak-paneled walls and marble fireplaces and bathrooms with hand-painted tiles and 17-head showers. In the late 1970s, some lucky...
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Congratulations to Allison McWilliams ('95), who was named the 2022 #NACE Mentor of the Year. https://t.co/S7qQXfiZs2
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A peaceful, snowy day on campus
Ken Bennett photo
Maria Henson ('82)