On Tuesday, April 4, Wake Forest undergraduate students will vote for their student government. This year students will have to decide between three presidential candidates. Senator William Morgan, Class of 2019, is one of those presidential candidates. Morgan has served in the Student Senate for two years. He is the […]
Month: March 2017
Spencer Schiller is a junior politics and international affairs major who has been involved with Student Government since his freshman year, and has been the Co-Chair of the Campus Life Committee and is currently the Co-Chair of the Judiciary Committee. The main pillars of Schiller’s platform are tradition, wellness, and […]
Suyash Keshari, one of three candidates running for student government president, is an international student hailing from New Delhi, India. The focuses of his studies at Wake Forest are in Political Science and International Affairs, and over the past two years he has served as a member of Student Government. […]
Wake Forest Review Executive Director discusses terrorism with Professor Tom Brister, Ryan Wolfe interviews Maia Kennedy on her experiences in Student Government, and Anthony and Ciara interview American Conservative Union Matt Schlapp. Guests include Maia Kennedy (’20), Tom Brister, and Matt Schlapp.
She remembers being held down on her bed. She couldn’t’ see anything. He told her to “shut up.” He lasted for two hours, forcing himself on top of her. He left, and she called the police. Three weeks later, her assailant was arrested and she got justice. Now, almost ten […]
At its monthly meeting, the Faculty Senate convened Wednesday, March 15th to discuss the course of action regarding the Eudaimonia Institute (EI). EI is a new initiative on campus founded by Thomas W. Smith Presidential Chair in Business Ethics James Otteson, which, according to its website, “is [meant] to explore […]