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  • New WFU residence hall named for Maya Angelou

    Wake Forest University will name a new residence hall after poet, actress, author and civil rights activist Maya Angelou. Angelou taught generations of Wake Forest students as Reynolds Professor of American Studies at the University from 1982 until her death in 2014.

  • Keeping post-election peace at holiday gatherings

    Keeping the post-election peace when families gather for the holidays may be challenging this year, said Samuel T. Gladding, professor of counseling at Wake Forest University.

  • WFU counseling expert: How to deal with post-election stress

    Wake Forest University Professor Sam Gladding, who has taught, researched and written about counseling for more than 30 years, offers some tips for dealing with post-election stress - regardless of how you cast your ballot.

  • WFU awards and recognitions briefs

    The WFU Recognitions and Awards brief celebrates milestones of faculty, staff and students at Wake Forest University.

  • WFU students ‘Wake the Vote’ for Election 2016

    Since January, a group of students has traveled a long and winding political road with stops in Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina, New York, D.C., Cleveland and Philadelphia. The goal: experience democracy on the front lines and become more engaged citizens.

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