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Student groups present their projects during the final round of the Deac Tank competition. Nia Evans, Diana Halloran, Lauren Formica, Sarah Hoyle, and McKenzie Ziegler shared their idea for The Incubator: A Social Justice Lounge.

Swimming in the DEAC Tank

Students pitch campus life ideas

With a five-minute time limit, $1,500 on the line and four judges ready to ask tough questions, junior Tai Hensley and her team entered the Deac Tank to pitch their proposal.

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Comedian Stephen Colbert to deliver WFU’s 2015 commencement address

Stephen Colbert will deliver Wake Forest's Commencement address on May 18, 2015. Jonathan L. Walton will be the Baccalaureate speaker.

Comedian, political satirist and late night television host Stephen Colbert will deliver WFU's commencement address on May 18. Jonathan L. Walton, the Plummer Professor of Christian Morals at Harvard University will deliver the baccalaureate speech.

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Chinese New Year

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The Chinese New Year is one of China’s largest holiday celebrations and emphasizes family and tradition. This year marks the year of the sheep, which is known for being gentle, sensitive and creative.

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STEM careers ‘speed-dating’ style

In a twist on the traditional job fair, WFU connects students with STEM companies

Caroline Robinson of the Environmental Protection Agency meets with a group of students during the STEM Slam, a speed-dating style networking opportunity hosted by Wake Forest's Office of Personal and Career Development.

Wake Forest’s first STEM Slam brought together students who were looking for job opportunities with companies who were looking for potential employees. If that sounds like your typical career fair, it wasn’t.

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OMG moment affects GPAs

Chemistry professor uses Hogwarts-styled 'House Cup' challenge to improve learning

Organic chemistry students choose House Cup teams.

When chemistry professor Angela King realized how much students' expectations for a class impact their learning, she turned to a pop culture phenomenon for innovative teaching ideas.

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Celebrating Maya Angelou’s legacy

Community event grows out of class project

Maya Angelou began teaching at Wake Forest as Reynolds Professor of American Studies in 1981.

Wake Forest and the Winston-Salem community celebrated the legacy of Dr. Maya Angelou at the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art. The celebration was inspired by a Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies class project.

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