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WFU moves forward to name roads honoring trailblazing professors

August 17, 2022  |   Top Stories

Following approval by the Winston-Salem City Council this week, Wake Forest will move forward to name roads on the Reynolda Campus in honor of four trailblazing professors. Roads will be named for Elizabeth Phillips, Dolly McPherson, Marjorie “Marge” Crisp and Herman Eure. President Wente announced plans in July for the road names.

WFU set to welcome Class of 2026

August 16, 2022  |   Top Stories

Wake Forest will welcome nearly 1,400 first-year students on Wednesday, August 17.

WFU in the news: Aug. 8-14

August 16, 2022  |   Top Stories, Wake Forest in the News

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$1 million is music to the ears of Wake Forest’s Chamber Choir

August 15, 2022  |   Top Stories

Wake Forest alumni give $1M to endow a fund that will allow students participating in the University’s Chamber Choir to take travel without concern for cost.

A cloudy forecast for political futures markets

August 12, 2022  |   Top Stories

Economics professor Koleman Strumpf explains why the future of the political futures markets is at risk and why it matters.

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Paying for exercise coaching now keeps older adults out of hospital

August 11, 2022  |   Faculty, Top Stories

When it comes to helping older adults, research suggests that a relatively inexpensive exercise and education program pays for itself by preventing major mobility problems and reducing the need for health care services.

WFU in the news: Aug. 1-7

August 8, 2022  |   Top Stories, Wake Forest in the News

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WFU in the news: July 25-31

August 4, 2022  |   Top Stories, Wake Forest in the News

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WFU in the news: July 18-24

July 28, 2022  |   Top Stories, Wake Forest in the News

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High schoolers LEAP into action at Wake Downtown

July 26, 2022  |   Top Stories

James Harris, a student at Carver High School, loves sports statistics and is considering a career in mechanical engineering. The 17-year-old is one of a dozen high school students from local Title I schools working in labs alongside Wake Forest scientists this summer.

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