Eric Bihl ('10) and Kennon Jones ('10) near the end of their epic journey.
Kristen Eppley England (’98) uses her improv skills to teach law enforcement officers.
Chris Mowry (’82), lead singer for The Shakes band in his campus days, focuses as a biologist on the mysteries of coyotes.
A chain reaction of bravery, chance connections and support among Wake Forest colleagues leads to a kidney transplant and transformed lives.
Zach Klein (’04) follows his passions, from co-founding Vimeo and DIY.org to sharing woodsy architecture in Cabin Porn books to a dream job as CEO of Dwell magazine.
by Carol L. Hanner
How two wars and a brutal attack led the son of Baptist missionaries to help others with fear and pain.
by Kerry M. King ('85)
How did a World War II dog tag with Wake Forest ties turn up in Texas decades later?
Lindsay McClure Miller (’07) and her photographer husband open new digital worlds for students to share culture internationally
Kunal Premnarayen ('00) uses his childhood experience to bring hope to children in India.
#flashbackfriday #wakeflashback A tip of the Deacon hat to 14 Reynolda Campus faculty members retiring this year: John E.R. Friedenberg ('81, P '05), theatre, 32 years; Ann Gibbs, School of...
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A magnolia blossom in your honor. Bloom where you are planted, @WakeForest graduates. You are Deacons forever wherever you are, and you have our affection. #WFU20
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RT @WakeForestNews: As we search for ways to cope with isolation, loneliness & fear, #WFU @wfutheature prof Cindy Gendrich joins other expe…
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A coating of ice covers the trees across campus on a frigid January morning.
Ken Bennett photo
by Anna Love ('07)