by Carol L. Hanner
Virus dramatically alters campus life.
by Kerry M. King ('85)
A scholarship winner himself, Bill Wells (’74) is retiring as Wake Forest's longtime director of financial aid, having put philanthropic dollars to work for worthy students.
Eric Bihl (’10) and Kennon Jones ('10) look back on their journey around the world.
Eric Bihl ('10) and Kennon Jones ('10) near the end of their epic journey.
Bob Gilchrist ('86) on climbing the monkey bars, life in the Foreign Service and his latest role as U.S. Ambassador to Lithuania.
Mark "Pops" Craven ('72) finds his third and best act as an artist.
How did a World War II dog tag with Wake Forest ties turn up in Texas decades later?
Kunal Premnarayen ('00) uses his childhood experience to bring hope to children in India.
Accidental Santa Claus Scott Chalkley (’09) embraces the Christmas spirit by giving back.
by Anna Love ('07)
Out of grief, an alumna recovers her family's place beside her, and at Wake Forest.
It's all about the shoes for former basketball player Ikenna Smart (MA '19), who shoots for a brighter future for children in his native Nigeria.
by Carol L. Hanner, Maria Henson (‘82) and Kerry M. King (‘85)
Inspiring alumni share stories of leadership and character that influenced their lives
by John Adamian, Guest Contributor
Alumni reflect on can-do experiences as art entrepreneurs at the student gallery.
by Jane Bianchi ('05), Guest Contributor
Singer Tim Stopulos ('06) has come a long way since jamming in his dorm room.
by Kerry M. King ('85) and Michael Breedlove
Alumni families build a Wake Forest legacy.
Sara Johe Busse (’81) has never met a volunteer opportunity that she didn’t love.
J.D. Wilson ('69, P '01) remembers when Apollo 11's Michael Collins landed on campus.
by Michael Breedlove
Wake Forest Magazine receives four CASE awards, including the 2019 Robert Sibley Magazine of the Year Award.