by Abby Pentz
New Deacs continue family tradition.
by Kerry King
Jacob Martinez ('13) encourages students to take risks and learn from failure.
by Carol L. Hanner
Medallion of Merit winner and scientist who led the way
John Wood ('74) brings the magic of dark rides to amusement parks around the world.
Beth Deuer’s ('96) road to recovery from a ruptured brain aneurysm.
by Cherin C. Poovey (P '08)
As an 'ambassador' for NBC, Devin Williams ('16) has linked in to her dream network.
Jay Stewart (MA '93) proves that laughter is the best medicine.
by Tommy Tomlinson
A character in the best sense of the word, Robert Gipe ('85) sits back, listens and elevates the voices of Appalachia.
by Kerry M. King ('85) and Albert R. Hunt ('65, Lit.D. '91, P '11)
Success and fame didn't change Arnold Palmer ('51, LL.D. '70), king of golf and chief goodwill ambassador for his alma mater.
by Margie Feng ('17), Wake Forest Magazine intern
Alex Blake ('10) created Tonality and brought the universal concept of music into reality.
by Margie Feng (’17), Wake Forest Magazine intern
Cheng “Nick” Liu (’13): A Fan of Basketball and Steinways
Bill Faircloth (’64) is retiring after a remarkable run in Deacon football.
by Julie Dunlop ('95)
Twenty Years, A Breath
Inside Elliot Berke's ('93) world with rock-and-roll legends and the Trump transition.
by Kerry M. King ('85)
George Brooks ('71) delivers homemade goodness and friendship.
For this alumnus, homecoming '77 turned out to be the best day of his life.
Peahead Walker — part coach, part comedian — lifted Wake Forest's football fortunes while doing it his way.
Sandy Hutchens ('69) remembers the thrill and chaos of the '68 Democratic convention