Wake Forest by the alphabet

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An email that zipped around campus today shared a whimsical view of the University. An artist named Jennifer Indicott, based on Oak Island, N.C., developed what she calls collegiate alphabet art. She’s a photographer who grew up in the mountains of North Carolina with an obvious understanding of how North Carolina takes pride in its colleges and universities. Take a look:


About the Author

Maria Henson (’82), a Pulitzer Prize winner and a 1994 Nieman Fellow at Harvard, worked at newspapers until 2009. After living in Botswana, she returned to the Reynolda Campus to oversee the Wake Forest Magazine, teach and share the notable tales of Demon Deacons.

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