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Scripps CEO to give lecture at Babcock

March 23, 2009  |   Uncategorized

Richard Boehne, the CEO of E.W. Scripps, will discuss the challenges facing newspapers in a lecture at the Babcock Graduate School of Management on Monday.

Al Hunt: The importance of newspapers

March 23, 2009  |   Uncategorized

A vibrant democracy requires newspapers, writes alumnus and trustee Albert R. Hunt (’65), executive Washington editor of Bloomberg News.

Esteemed Medical School professor Walter Bo dies

March 22, 2009  |   Uncategorized

Dr. Walter J. Bo, a longtime professor of neurobiology and anatomy at the School of Medicine, died on Saturday. He was 85. His funeral will be held at 11 a.m. on Wednesday at St. Leo the Great Catholic Church in Winston-Salem.

Women’s team drops WNIT opener

March 22, 2009  |   Uncategorized

The women’s basketball team dropped its opening game in the WNIT to Georgetown, 72-61, at the Joel Coliseum Sunday.

Wake Forest falls in NCAA Tournament

March 21, 2009  |   Uncategorized

Cleveland State upset Wake Forest, 84-69, in the first round of the NCAA Tournament Friday night.

Senior’s film promotes Rescue Mission

March 20, 2009  |   Uncategorized

Senior Sam Smartt spent spring break at the Winston-Salem Rescue Mission, making a video to support the organization’s mission of helping others.

Women’s team earns WNIT bid

March 19, 2009  |   Uncategorized

The women’s basketball team has been invited to the Women’s National Invitation Tournament, only the third postseason appearance in the program’s history.

BB&T chairman joins business faculty

March 17, 2009  |   Uncategorized

John A. Allison IV, chairman and former CEO of BB&T Corporation, is joining the Wake Forest faculty.

Charles F. Longino Jr.

March 16, 2009  |   Uncategorized

For many years on freshman move-in day, Charles F. “Chuck” Longino would put on his mustard-yellow tee-shirt with “Ask me for help” printed on the front and help new students move into their residence hall rooms. Working alongside facilities-management staff, most freshmen and their parents probably had no idea that he was one of Wake […]

The Right Stuff

March 16, 2009  |   Athletics

When he was eight-years-old, Ben Sutton received a Christmas gift that foretold his life’s work. “Christmas 1966, Santa Claus brought me a world-band radio. It was the first radio on which we could listen to a Wake Forest sports broadcast. I would sit outside on our porch on cold winter evenings—you could only hear the […]

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