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Maria Henson

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.


Stories by Maria Henson

Don Flow (MBA ’83) on preserving the past, investing for the future

Don Flow (MBA ’83) on preserving the past, investing for the future

Maria Henson


As the University undertakes its next capital campaign, the goal is to ensure that the distinctive nature of Wake Forest endures and flourishes. The vision for the college is that it will be recognized as the premier, face-to-face college experience preparing graduates to lead lives of purpose and connection. Donald E. “Don” Flow (MBA ’83) […]

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101 Things We Love About Wake Forest

101 Things We Love About Wake Forest

Maria Henson ('82), Cherin C. Poovey (P '08), Kerry M. King ('85), Allison Cacich ('13)


101 Things We Love About Wake Forest No. 1 – No. 25 No. 26 – No. 50 No. 51 – No. 75 No. 76 – No. 101 Thanks also to contributors Katie Mahone (’13), Clare Rizer (’13) and those of you who answered our call for ideas on Facebook. Did we leave out one of […]

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Wade Murphy (’00) helps endow the Humanities Institute with $1 million gift

Wade Murphy (’00) helps endow the Humanities Institute with $1 million gift

Maria Henson


In February, Wade Murphy (’00), executive vice president of Marmik Oil Co. in El Dorado, Ark., made history as the only person under 35 to make a single seven-figure gift in the University’s history. Murphy, a member of the College Board of Visitors, donated $1 million to the Humanities Institute. In 2010 the National Endowment […]

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