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.”
Mary Dalton (’83), filmmaker and associate professor of communication at Wake Forest, is quoted in the Christian Science Monitor discussing the film “The King’s Speech, a favorite to win several Oscars on Feb. 26.
Wake Forest baseball’s home opener was assigned a slogan, “Opening Day: It’s the Right Thing to Do,” in reference to the response Walter gave when asked why he decided to donate a kidney to Kevin Jordan.
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.