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WFU students hope decorative desks will inspire learning

April 14, 2021  |   Events, Pro Humanitate, Student, Top Stories

If children feel comfortable when they’re sitting at their desks working, whether in the classroom or at home, chances are they’ll be more productive.


Through mini-grants provided by Wake Forest, area students performing community service projects

April 1, 2021  |   Pro Humanitate, Student, Top Stories

Kenya Cropps participated in Girl Scouts when she was younger and has always been service-oriented. So when the Reynolds High School junior learned about $250 community service mini-grants being offered by Wake Forest University’s Office of Civic and Community Engagement (OCCE), she didn’t hesitate to apply.


Wake Forest students to show off dance moves for cancer research

March 18, 2021  |   Events, Pro Humanitate, Student, Top Stories

When Wake Forest senior Jack Rolle was 10, doctors discovered a malignant tumor on his pituitary gland. After it was removed, he endured more than a dozen rounds of chemotherapy and missed a year of school.


Campus Kitchen to prepare 200 Thanksgiving meals during Turkeypalooza

November 12, 2020  |   Pro Humanitate, Student, Top Stories

Besides attending class, studying and writing papers, about 50 Wake Forest University students will spend time Nov. 15-19 baking turkeys and making stuffing and other trimmings as they prepare 200 Thanksgiving meals.


WFU students provide STEM and art kits for elementary children

November 11, 2020  |   Pro Humanitate, Student, Top Stories

An effort led by Wake Academy has provided 500 STEM and art kits to two Winston-Salem elementary schools.


Wake Forest to hold virtual ‘Hit the Bricks’ Sept. 28-Oct. 1

September 28, 2020  |   Events, Pro Humanitate, Top Stories

No matter who you are or where you live, chances are good cancer has touched your life in some way. Today through Oct. 1,Wake Forest University will hold its annual ‘Hit the Bricks’ cancer research fundraiser in honor of Brian Piccolo.


Slavery, Race and Memory Project’s essay collection examines slavery and WFU’s ties to it

June 19, 2020  |   Pro Humanitate, Top Stories, Valuing Diversity

Wake Forest University’s Slavery, Race and Memory Project has published a collection of essays that examine the institution of slavery and its ties to the University.


WFU student temporarily relocated to NYC to assist COVID-19 patients

June 15, 2020  |   Pro Humanitate, Student, Top Stories

While most Wake Forest students went home after learning that classes would be taught remotely for the remainder of the semester because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Davis Feldman headed to New York to work in a hospital built for coronavirus patients.


In need of educational entertainment? Wake Forest providing virtual storytime for children

April 16, 2020  |   Pro Humanitate, Staff, Student, Top Stories

Wake Reads is a program designed to provide “storytime” for children while giving parents a break as they juggle working from home and caring for their children who are out of school until May 15 because of the COVID-19 pandemic.


Wake Forest to hold virtual Wake ‘N Shake dance-a-thon Saturday

April 3, 2020  |   Faculty, Philanthropy, Pro Humanitate, Staff, Student, Top Stories

For this year’s Wake ‘N Shake, a 12-hour dance marathon organized by Wake Forest students, participants will join in from places across the country instead of gathering on campus.

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