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Babcock listed among world’s best schools

January 29, 2009  |   Uncategorized

The Babcock Graduate School of Management has been named one of the best business schools in the world, according to the Financial Times of London.

Professors address critical issues facing Obama

January 27, 2009  |   Uncategorized

Professors Charles Kennedy, Mark Hall and David Coates will discuss the economic, foreign policy and other issues facing President Obama during a panel discussion on Thursday night, the first in the University’s series on “Challenges Facing the New President.”

Teague’s actions speak loudly on court

January 26, 2009  |   Uncategorized

Jeff Teague may be quiet off the court, but his performance on the court has others talking about his stellar sophomore season.

MOA opens Korean funerary figures exhibit

January 26, 2009  |   Uncategorized

The Museum of Anthropology has opened an exhibit of 19th- and early 20th-century Korean funerary figures that give insight into rural Korean village life. MOA is also showing a Korean film series in conjunction with the exhibit.

Women’s basketball game postponed

January 26, 2009  |   Uncategorized

The women’s basketball game against N.C. State originally planned for tonight has been rescheduled for Feb. 10 following the death of Wolfpack head coach Kay Yow over the weekend. ”Coach Yow was a pioneer in our sport and is truly one of the legends of our sport,” Wake Forest women’s coach Mike Petersen said.

Wake Forest falls to Va. Tech

January 21, 2009  |   Uncategorized

No. 1 Wake Forest was upset by Virginia Tech, 78-71, at the Joel Coliseum.

A Letter to Dr. King

January 21, 2009  |   Uncategorized

Dear Dr. King: It is with joy that I write to you on this very historic and momentous day for all of America. I am certain you would have loved to have witnessed this day, for it brings hope to America and fruition to your dream shared with us in August of 1963. With today’s […]

“On Appropriate Acts of Remembrance”

January 21, 2009  |   Uncategorized

According to sociologists, our identities are formed, in part, by the memories created and transmitted by society. Termed “collective memory,” it has two facets — memory content and memory packaging. Memory content is simply what is being remembered; memory’s packaging are the ways memory is narrated, how events are plotted. Sociologists, such as Eviatar Zerubavel, argue […]

Down Payment on the Dream: A Cautionary Warning

January 21, 2009  |   Uncategorized

“Don’t tell me / I tell you / Me and my people just about due / I’ve been there so I know / They keep saying ‘go slow’.” — Nina Simone, “Mississippi Goddamn” Nina Simone in Concert, Phillips Records, Carnegie Hall, 1964 “We have also come to this hallowed spot to remind America of the […]

One day we’ll say, “So What?”

January 21, 2009  |   Uncategorized

Today we sit here having never fully expected this day to happen. Despite our political differences, we are full of excitement because today we witnessed progress that is possible only in this place we call America. Though we are full of joy, it would be irresponsible of us as Americans and as world citizens not […]

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