by Carol L. Hanner
Virus dramatically alters campus life.
by Katherine Laws ('20)
A final semester in a time of COVID-19 brings a focus to meaning.
by Jill Y. Crainshaw (’84)
An alumna and divinity professor reflects on Pro Humanitate. ‘Be ye kindred to one another,’ she says.
Christina Soriano aims to give every student access to a transformative experience.
by Ken Bennett
Director of Photography Ken Bennett shares a few favorite photographs that serve as defining images of the movement, spirit and multifaceted creativity abounding in the fine arts scene at Wake Forest.
How Allison Orr (’93) worked her magic to win over a host of skeptical carpenters, custodians and landscapers to put on a show.
‘You know they’re there, … but you don’t realize how much goes into it day by day’
by Kerry M. King (’85)
How Alex Acquavella (’03) plans to bring the arts more to the forefront at Wake Forest.
Computer science professor Jennifer Burg tunes in to the mathematical underpinnings of music and visual arts.
by Susannah Rosenblatt ('03)
How Wake Forest planted its flag at 1 Dupont Circle and launched its new ‘study abroad’ program in Washington, D.C., city of monuments and dreams
by Maria Henson ('82)
Founding Chair of the Department of Engineering
by Wake Forest Magazine
by Ken Bennett, Director of Photography
'That’s when I notice something about those 2,370 images: half of them were made in or of the Z. Smith Reynolds Library …'
by Kerry King
Celebrating the centennial of Reynolda House, its 50 years as an American art museum and the promise of stories to come.
by Margaret Supplee Smith
by Maria Henson
How a toddler upended the Trolley Problem and left his father, assistant professor E.J. Masicampo, watching the video go viral.