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Downtown Winston-Salem is the place to be thanks to the quiet efforts of Double Deacon Alfred Adams (’68, JD ’73).

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Big ideas - and a big personality - made Wake alumnus, John Medica, a laptop legend.

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The Choice

When turning away is not an option.

Meet Julie Coyne

Redeye to Venice

A whirlwind trip to La Biennale through the eyes of Sean Wilkinson (’15).

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Work Forest

Learn more about what Wake Forest researchers are tackling.

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BB&T Field looked a little different last night with the sights and sounds of @billyjoel and over 30,000 fans! 🎶🎹 // 📸 by Mike ...

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For Dr. Rebecca Alexander, all the world is a lab - and if you’re not experimenting, you’re simply not trying. ...

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Photo Stories

New Deac Week 2017

Focus on the Forest

The latest from our photo blog.

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Wake Forest in Photos

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Breathing Fire

How the best team you've never known is making history.

Step inside the world of debate

Mr. Deacon Goes to Washington

Wake Washington Officially Opens for Business.

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Adhesive Anthropology

The speechless art of communication.

Catch a Glimpse

Priceless

Six students. Six figures. One art collection unlike any other.

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Looking Up

When Zach Gordon (’16) couldn’t move, faith, family and purpose drove him forward.

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You Did Whaaat?

Doing your own thing is a Wake Forest Tradition.

Enjoy our quirkiest customs

The Man Behind the Name 

Meet the Bob McCreary you don’t know.

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Imagination Works

Introducing Wake Downtown.

See Imagination at Work

Sawstainability

Old furniture achieves immortality thanks to the efforts of dedicated campus staff.

See how old furniture lives on

Paradise Found 

Carlton Ward Jr. (’98) defends a side of Florida few know.

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Wake Wisdom

Faculty Fellows have your back.

Um, what’s a faculty fellow?

The Magic of Lovefeast at Wake Forest

The most wonderful time of the year.

We Saved you a Seat