“The Case of Charlottesville”: Wake Forest University

KATARINA RADU “How did we get here?” was the question of the evening at Wake Forest University’s panel discussing the events that occurred in Charlottesville, Virginia. The panel was hosted Thursday, September 7, in Wake Forest University’s Wait Chapel and was organized as a response to the events in Charlottesville and across the United States. […]

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SCDC Reflects on Their ACDA Experience

By Shea Bove     Halfway through spring break, the Salem College Dance Company members found themselves traveling the six-hour drive back to Winston-Salem after attending the American College Dance Association Conference. The dancers had journeyed to West Virginia University ready to showcase three pieces and take various dance classes while at the conference.     Once the weekend […]

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Streaming the Economy

By Alex Macre Wake Forest University     As the technological era is increasingly influencing society and markets, everything is becoming faster, smarter and more user friendly. Phones now have the processing power of computers and can access nearly any part of the world wide web. With Apple revolutionizing the phone industry, smartphones have advanced so much […]

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SGA Debate One: Highlights

By Kristen Maikoo Student Government Association (SGA) held their first debates for 2016 candidates yesterday night. Here are some highlights. SGA Presidential candidates Misbah Khan, Ella Hill and Peyton Ellis addressed topics such as inclusivity, communication and connecting with groups at other colleges. Khan was the first to speak on improving communication between the SGA […]

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Proud at Pride

By Claire Smithers    The pride parade and festival is hosted by Pride Winston-Salem, one of the fastest-growing groups of its kind in the region. Several residents of Winston-Salem and surrounding areas look forward to the event where they can freely express their identities and true selves without judgment. This year’s event was themed after “We […]

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