Wake Forest students move out during the pandemic
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Wake Forest responds to COVID-19
Even during a global pandemic, where there’s a Deac, there’s a way.
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Wake Forest students head to Florida to find birds
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Wake Forest Downs No. 7 Duke in Double-Overtime Thriller
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Lifelong friendships have taken root in the Forest, and our stories are unrivaled by any.
Meet some Deacs who found their people
A story of friendship, dreams and what might have been
Celebrate their unbreakable bond
Leaves fall and spirits soar as another autumn colors a campus community unrivaled by any. Enjoy the view.
Experience the fall semester
The Wake Forest Lovefeast has grown to be one of the largest Moravian-style lovefeasts in North America and one of the University's most cherished traditions for more than 50 years.
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Volunteers prepared Thanksgiving meals during Turkeypalooza and delivered them to food-insecure Winston-Salem residents
Hosting local school children for tricks & treats!
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A Performance on Hearn Plaza Starring WFU Facilities Staff
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Wake Foresters "Hit the Bricks" for Cancer Research
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Introducing the Sutton Sports Performance Center and the Shah Basketball Complex
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Taking care of all that makes you ... you.
How we thrive
Electrical goods entrepreneur Anil Rai Gupta (MBA ’92, LLD ’17) helps power daily life in India, but his generous spirit is what energizes the world around him.
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As a politician, victims’ rights advocate, attorney and national columnist, Donna Edwards (’80) can do almost anything. Anything except quit.
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Cucumbers, pole beans and Pro Humanitate values have taken root at Buck Cochran’s Peacehaven Farm
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Mother Nature does some of her best work here
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In every corner of campus, Wake Forest Fellows learn and lead in a year‑long adventure
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Wake Forest is a lot of things, but boring will never be one of them
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A story of trial, error and teamwork
Meet Kathryn Webster (’17)
Medical mystery. Hoop dreams. Rock ’n’ Roll army. Terrorism. Four Olympics. Vietnam.
SEE HOW WE LEAD
Tree meets world
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Destructive mining threatens one of Earth’s greatest resources: The Amazon
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The most wonderful time of the year
We saved you a seat
IPLACe turns academics into a big production
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Connecting through the power of conversation
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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)
Big ideas - and a big personality - made Wake alumnus, John Medica, a laptop legend
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When turning away is not an option
Meet Julie Coyne
Does religion influence gun ownership?
See what we found
A whirlwind trip to La Biennale through the eyes of Sean Wilkinson (’15)
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Works great on hard-to-reach toxic waste
You should read this
How the best team you've never known is making history
Step inside the world of debate
Real men play Barbie
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For these birds, turf wars have a rhythm
Learn to speak woodpecker
Wake Washington officially opens for business
Six students. Six figures. One art collection unlike any other.
Doing your own thing is a Wake Forest tradition
Enjoy our quirkiest customs
Meet the Bob McCreary you don’t know
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Humans are learning a lot from the naturally high-tech bat
Carlton Ward Jr. (’98) defends a side of Florida few know
Faculty Fellows have your back
Um, what’s a faculty fellow?
Why aren’t these birds in the mood?
American parents aren’t as happy as their global peers
Beet juice could save your brain
The wiggly custodians you can eat
The speechless art of communication
Catch a Glimpse
Old furniture achieves immortality thanks to the efforts of dedicated campus staff
See how old furniture lives on
Introducing Wake Downtown
See Imagination at Work
When Zach Gordon (’16) couldn’t move, faith, family and purpose drove him forward
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