First-year students visited Reynolda House Museum of American Art on Aug. 23 as part of this year’s summer “reading” project. Rather than reading an assigned book, new students studied a painting, “The Andes of Ecuador.”
From a Grammy-award winning chamber orchestra to a Norwegian jazz pianist, Wake Forest’s 2010-2011 Secrest Artists Series will feature an eclectic offering of musical genres, beginning with Neil Berg’s “100 Years of Broadway” in September.
Smiles, hugs and a few tears marked the beginning of a new journey as the Class of 2014 moved on campus. Eighty-one percent of the first-year students were in the top 10 percent of their high school graduating class. Of the new faces, 22 percent are North Carolinians, 22 percent are students of color and […]
Retired business professor Helen Akinc explains in her new book, “The Praeger Handbook for College Parents,” how parents can help get their children through college.
Wake Forest is improving residential life to preserve the health and safety of students; create an engaged and inclusive community; emphasize the primacy of the academic endeavor; and encourage students to live lives of meaning and worth.
About 1,240 first-year students are moving onto campus today. The new class is made up of 22 percent North Carolinians, 22 percent students of color and 3 percent international students.
Wake Forest is ranked 25th among national universities in U.S. News and World Report’s latest rankings of “America’s Best Colleges” and 12th among “schools where the faculty has an unusual commitment to undergraduate teaching.”
With solar panels on the roof to heat water and touch screens in the hallways for monitoring energy usage, Wake Forest’s newest residence hall has the latest in green technology.
Wake Forest alumni, parents and friends met at New York Stock Exchange last week for the closing bell ceremony and a discussion of the credit crisis with financial leaders.
For the third time, Paul Bright is exhibiting his works of collage in a historic space in Italy. “Suono e Carta” (“Sound and Paper”) will be on display later this month and in September at Belriguardo, the Renaissance estate of the Este family outside of Ferrara, between Venice and Bologna.