Friends and colleagues
Nathan O. Hatch
Where were you when the world changed? How did it change you? President Hatch reflects on the unique challenges of 2020.
Kerry M. King ('85)
As the waters rose in Venice and a pandemic followed, Melissa Conn (’87, P ’22) went to work to preserve the past and ensure the future of her adopted Italian home.
Wake Forest Magazine
Against the backdrop of these challenging times Wake Forest Magazine asked three professors to reflect on meaning.
Carol L. Hanner
Ryan Ramsey (’03), chief of staff for the Librarian of Congress, shares some of his favorite objects from the vast collections of the world's largest library.
Four Wake Forest poets responded to an invitation to offer poems, and four Wake Forest artists submitted art to pair with the texts. The result is a virtual, creative collaboration.
Professor of Philosophy Adrian Bardon explains why the pandemic plays havoc with our sense of time and why time is so hard to understand.
Maria Henson (’82)
Jonathan Walton (D.D. ’15), dean of the School of Divinity, calls us to bear witness in these times.