A Wake Forest journalism star received a citation for his long record of professional excellence and his mentoring of journalists across Washington. He and his wife, Judy Woodruff, will speak at WFU on April 13.
A conversation with Leslie (’91) and Phillips Bragg (’93) in Charlotte led me to Carter Cook (’94, JD/MBA ’98) and his e-mail answering a ninth grader’s queries about what makes Wake Forest “a special college.”
The United States lost an acclaimed American novelist on Jan. 20 when Reynolds Price died of complications from a heart attack at age 77. A native of Macon, N.C., and a Rhodes Scholar, Price found a mentor in Eudora Welty.