Friends and colleagues
Kerry M. King ('85)
Not to be overlooked in Wake Forest’s history of global studies was one semester that changed lives and a campus.
Maria Henson (’82), Kerry M. King (’85) and Carol L. Hanner
Members of the Wake Forest community exemplify the University's motto in action.
Wake Forest honors Donna Boswell, Eric Olson and Rodney Rogers.
Mark "Pops" Craven ('72) finds his third and best act as an artist.
Mike Ford ('72)
Mike Ford ('72) reflects on his experiences as a Wake Forest student, a compassionate campus leader and a faithful servant to his alma mater.
In 1968 'Bos' arrived as a shy first-year student from Memphis. Today she is the first female to lead the Wake Forest Board of Trustees.
Jane Bianchi ('05)
These 10 Wake Forest graduates are improving wellbeing from all angles, making the world a healthier, happier place.
Lisa Kline Mowry ('82), Guest Contributor
Here's a stylish combination: Wake Forest graduates who have an aptitude for both business and home decor, with connections to North Carolina, the furniture capital of the world.
Cherin C. Poovey (P '08)
Pam Key (’72) stepped up and made history as the Wake Forest marching band’s first female drum major.
“As of June 30, Wake Forest will let me go,” writes Candide Jones (’72, MA ’78), who is retiring. “But I’m not sure I can ever let Wake Forest go.”
Mike Ford ('72), Guest Writer
On the question: What makes you feel 'most alive?'
Since dropping the SAT requirement, Wake Forest relies more on interviews and written materials to evaluate prospective students.
From a riveting account of World War I to the uplifting story of Martha Mason (’60), alumni professors share their favorite can’t-put-down summer books.
Students march to President's house to protest the Vietnam War.