Each year, Wake Forest University and Winston-Salem State University collaborate to host a major celebration to honor the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. The theme of this year’s program is “On Common Ground: Fueling the Flame of Equality.” On Jan. 20, civil and human rights leader and immediate past president of the National Association for the […]
While communication and psychology professors don’t teach “dog-speak,” they do teach students how to understand and interact with people — valuable traits that have allowed one graduate to parlay her passion for dogs into a fulfilling career.
Dean Blake Morant recently received two prestigious national appointments, but Wake Forest law students and alumni say that his passion for mentoring students and fostering personal relationships are what distinguish him as an exceptional leader.
Junior Bailey Godwin reflects upon her semester abroad in New Zealand and Cambodia, where she combined her passion for neuroscience research and her dedication to Pro Humanitate.
What is life like in the Forest? In 2013, the University celebrated Demon Deacons old and new, inspired excellence, created opportunity and continued to grow the culture of philanthropy and service inherent in our motto, Pro Humanitate. See for yourself in a series of photos.
The announcement that Gwen Ifill would be delivering Wake Forest’s 2013 Commencement address was the No. 10 most-viewed story of the year. Find out what other nine stories were hits .
Erin Hellmann (’14) and Logan Healy-Tuke (’14) founded The Ashley Explorers Saturday Academy to strengthen the reading and math skills of elementary students in Winston-Salem.
“Wake the Library” is a week-long tradition that helps students cope with the long hours spent writing papers and studying for finals.
Sophomore Yinger ‘Eagle’ Jin has come up with a way to turn waves in the Reynolds gym pool into electricity. The mathematical formulas he developed could one day be used to help calculate the amount of electricity that could be produced through wave energy off the North Carolina coast.
Christmas decorations, music, and the smell of sweet coffee filled Wait Chapel as more than 2,000 students, faculty, staff, alums and friends of the University gathered to celebrate the 49th annual Lovefeast.