Author: Jake Selvey

The Code of Conduct Disconnect
Campus

The Code of Conduct Disconnect

  A new student code of conduct is being introduced, and it’s become clear that a strong disconnect exists between the administration and students when it comes to free speech. Aditya Mudigonda is a senior at Wake Forest. He is an anthropology major on a pre-med track. Mudigonda is one […]

The Carmichael Show Review
Opinion

The Carmichael Show Review

Love to discuss controversial topics? Love to laugh? Love to watch shows about controversial topics? Then I suggest watching The Carmichael Show. With an 85% rating by Rotten Tomatoes, if you’re into ratings, then this show is a must. Set in Charlotte, North Carolina, this show was created and directed […]

iPhone 8 or iPhone X?
National News

iPhone 8 or iPhone X?

On September 12, Apple unveiled their new iPhones: the iPhone 8 and iPhone X, and today the iPhone 8 goes on sale to consumers. Should you splurge on the iPhone 8 right now or wait for the iPhone X in November? iPhone 8 When looking at the iPhone 8 on […]

Comey Let Clinton Off the Hook
News

Comey Let Clinton Off the Hook

Over the summer, President Trump decided to remove James Comey from his position as Director of the Federal Investigations Bureau. It seems that Comey has made enemies on both sides of the aisle, but, this past week, White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders made bold claims that the Department of […]

It’s “DJake” On The Air
Campus

It’s “DJake” On The Air

The Summer Intern Experience That Changed My Life I’m sure we all know a person, or maybe we are that person, who is creeped out by hospitals. It can be a frightening place, especially for patients who are scared, confused, and unsettled by the idea of people coming in and […]

The Ninth Chair
National News

The Ninth Chair

The American public has witnessed some of the most chaotic, infuriating, and incredible television over the last few weeks thanks to the Presidential Debates. Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have argued over issues such as border control, international trade deals, and the Islamic State. However, one of the most important […]

Shooting and Protests Disrupt Charlotte
Local News

Shooting and Protests Disrupt Charlotte

For nearly two weeks now, Charlotte has been engulfed in protests and violence, led by members of the Black Lives Matter movement, since the shooting of Keith Lamont Scott on September 20th. Around 4:00 p.m, the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department sent four officers to serve a warrant at The Village at […]