by Wake Forest Magazine
by Jill Gary Lawlor ('64)
Jill Gary Lawlor ('64) remembers Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. — both the man and the 1962 speech he made in Wait Chapel.
by Caitlin Herlihy ('17) and Blythe Riggan ('16), Wake Forest Magazine interns
Sweet stories that span the decades prove Wake Forest is truly a romantic place.
by Carol L. Hanner
Visiting the Museum of Anthropology is like climbing into your grandmother's attic and finding a hope chest that quickens the heart of a treasure seeker.
by Maria Henson ('82), Cherin C. Poovey (P '08), Kerry M. King ('85), Madeline Stone ('16)
Things to know at Wake Forest. What things make Mother so dear, not to mention fascinating?
by Madeline Stone ('16), Wake Forest Magazine intern
In the ever-expanding world of objects, there’s a virtual one that mystifies many but fascinates senior Julian Gilyard — Bitcoin, a decentralized digital currency.
by Catherine Woodard ('80, P '13)
Art changed her personal history — and Wake Forest's
by Madeline Stone (’16), Wake Forest Magazine intern
David Shannon's ('79) vision started with a single complaint about the weather.
by Carol L. Hanner, guest contributor
by Mark Schrope ('93)
Carlton Ward Jr. ('98), an eighth-generation Floridian, mounts expeditions to photograph the natural heritage of his homeland to empower its conservation.
by Kelly Laffey ('10)
Signing up to be a Deacon means signing up for lifetime friendships.
by Walter Lee Johnson Jr. (MALS '14)
by Joni James ('89)
Transformed by a new view of religion
by Jane Bianchi ('05)
These 10 Wake Forest graduates are improving wellbeing from all angles, making the world a healthier, happier place.
A relatively new performance drink called UNBEETABLE, which promises everything from lower blood pressure to increased blood flow to the brain, was born right here at Wake Forest.
by Kristan Graham Seaford (MAEd '01)
When things fell apart: my lessons in resilience