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Turkeypalooza underway at WFU

November 12, 2018   |  Spectrum News

Wake Forest students and staff cooked and delivered nearly 400 meals to food-insecure families in Winston-Salem for WFU Campus Kitchen’s annual Turkeypalooza event. Wake Forest volunteers prepared the Thanksgiving favorites from scratch and delivered them alongside non-perishable food items to help stock the pantries of local organizations.

Democrats can help the Mueller investigation now. But they also might make things worse.

November 15, 2018   |  FiveThirtyEight

Holding public hearings with people who are in Robert Mueller’s orbit could still cause problems for the special counsel, according to Katy Harriger, a political science professor at Wake Forest who studies the history of independent counsel investigations. “There’s this perennial tension between congressional investigations and special prosecutors because Congress’s goal is to shed light on everything, while it’s much better for Mueller to keep what he’s doing secret until he issues his indictments.”

Media Report for Nov. 3-9, 2018

November 14, 2018   |  wfu_news_&_communications

The Wake Forest News Media Report for Nov. 3-9, 2018 is now available online.

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