Whether working with CNN, grading speeches, participating in town hall meetings or covering this major political event for the student newspaper, Wake Forest students enjoyed their experiences at the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte.
Senior Peter Chawaga will never forget certain things about his first football game as a Demon Deacon. The enthusiasm surrounding games prompted his nostalgia for University traditions, but the home opener against Liberty was really just a backdrop for the pride that wells up inside all Wake Foresters collectively.
Wake Forest junior Brian Spadafora and sophomore Geoff Weber helped Italian artist Delio Gennai install his works for the opening exhibition at Hanes Gallery, “Of Paper.” The exhibition includes works from two continents by artists who live more than 4,500 miles apart.
When Wake Forest computer science professors and students introduce new ways to teach computer science to middle school students, the teachers at Hanes Magnet School can’t wait to experiment with technology.
On August 30, more than 40 faculty members representing 13 academic disciplines visited first-year students in their residence halls. Each faculty pair, along with a residence life and housing staffer, welcomed an average of 60 students in the Class of 2016 through a program called Faculty House Calls.
One of the members of the Class of 2016 has developed a sleeper pod for NASA. Learn more about her and other accomplished WFU newcomers by reading our first-year student profiles.
August 29th, 2012 | Student
When students picked up the freshman issue of the campus newspaper, “The Old Gold and Black,” on move-in day, they might not have realized the substantial ways the editorial staff is reinventing its coverage, both in print and online.
When Ethan Groce (’13) came to Wake Forest, he wanted to be a leader. So, in addition to becoming a President’s Aide and taking an active role in Student Government, he decided to follow in the footsteps of someone he admired and respected: his resident adviser.
Follow the flow of students — including 1,242 first-year students on Friday — moving in through video, photos, social media, student profiles and more. Keep checking this space for updates. The making of a Demon Deacon For new Wake Forest students, the first few days of college are hectic – moving into their residence halls, [...]
When Corynn Kolberg arrived as a first-year student last August, she was surprised to see a session with the Office of Personal and Career Development (OPCD) on her orientation schedule. As it turned out, the introduction to OPCD far surpassed any expectations that she had.