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It’s “DJake” On The Air
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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 […]

Eudaimonia: The Libelous Sequel
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Eudaimonia: The Libelous Sequel

Faculty Senate Produces False Quote In Attempt To Strip Funding As students and faculty arrive back on campus for the new school year, new evidence has emerged in the Eudaimonia Institute saga that swept the national news circuit last semester. With partisan intentions, a group of faculty senators conducted what […]

The Problem with Gender Studies
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The Problem with Gender Studies

Conservative Women Do Not Enjoy The Same Support An area of thought which once had incredible potential for open minded discussion and ideological expansion has turned into little more than left-wing propaganda. This field appears in colleges and universities across the country as “Women’s and Gender Studies.” There is incredible […]

My Life as a Washing-tern
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My Life as a Washing-tern

You haven’t fully experienced the 4th of July until you’ve sat on the Capitol’s crowded steps and watched fireworks over the Washington Monument. There’s something special about the energy in Washington D.C., especially in the summertime, that you really just can’t get anywhere else in the country. Every summer, thousands […]

Welcome to Wake
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Welcome to Wake

When my parents drove up to Babcock Hall three years ago, I had no intention of getting involved with politics during college. I was pre-med at the time, from an entirely different culture in southeastern Wisconsin, and, most intimidating, just a freshman. I expected Wake Forest to be more of […]

Our First Year
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Our First Year

Something strange is happening at Wake Forest. Remember that? That’s how I started my first column in The Wake Forest Review. I answered the ever-so-famous question, “Why we exist” as a publication. And in about one-thousand words, more or less, I answered that it’s to “balance the discussion” and “stand […]

Country Club Dues Increase
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Country Club Dues Increase

As the spring semester is wrapping up and another year is on the horizon, it should not be shocking that the Board of Trustees is raising tuition yet again. This year, the Board voted to increase tuition from $49,322 (full sticker price $64,478) to $51,400 ($69,192 in total). Recently, our […]