On April 21, the University honored this year’s outstanding entrepreneurs. Ricky Van Veen, who founded CollegeHumor.com during his freshman year at Wake Forest, received the Excellence in Entrepreneurship Award. A faculty member and six students were also recognized.
“I can assure you that Wake Forest University’s commitment to building an inclusive and equitable community is unwavering.” This affirming statement from Wake Forest’s Chief Diversity Officer Barbee Oakes has provided a supportive refrain for LGBTQ students, faculty, staff and visitors since HB2 became law in March.
On April 19, hundreds of Wake Forest University students teamed up with students from Old Town Elementary School to decorate 50 desks to be delivered to each student’s home.
Wake Forest debaters bring home ACC Debate Championship for second year.
Hustle and humility are DonorsChoose.org’s guiding principles Charles Best told students, teachers and community members gathered in Broyhill Auditorium on April 5. As the nonprofit’s CEO, he embraces both of these qualities as a leader.
Hundreds of Wake Forest alumni across the country will work to address issues of hunger and food insecurity in 30 cities from Boston to Los Angeles on Pro Humanitate Day April 9.
Hundreds of students across the political spectrum packed into the Wake Forest University School of Law to hear former President Bill Clinton speak on March 13.
“Glee” star Lauren Potter will speak about disability rights and inclusion at Wake Forest on Friday, March 18 at 5:30 p.m. on Hearn Plaza. Her talk will start the University’s Best Buddies Friendship Walk.
Co-founder of the Black Lives Matter movement Alicia Garza has led the Vincent Harding Seminar on Nonviolent Social Change for students at Wake Forest University this week.
Voices of Our Time speaker to discuss the upper limits to human longevity and the pursuit of the scientific means to slow aging in people.