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The Economic Costs of a Higher Minimum Wage at Wake
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The Economic Costs of a Higher Minimum Wage at Wake

Student Government is an organization that strives for transparency and representation. Despite best efforts, much of campus is unaware of the happenings of Student Government. Recently, a resolution was passed in Student Government regarding the earnings of various on-campus staff (Pit workers, janitors, etc.). The resolution asserts that a campus-wide […]

Recent Crime Spree Hits Campus
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Recent Crime Spree Hits Campus

Throughout the past year, there has been a huge increase at Wake Forest University and in the surrounding neighborhoods. This summer, a student of the university was shot on Polo Road, in addition to a lieu of other incidents. Violent crime has been on the rise in the Winston-Salem area, […]

Wake the Vote Travels to NYC and DC
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Wake the Vote Travels to NYC and DC

This weekend the Wake the Vote cohort traveled to Washington D.C. and New York to meet with the Clinton for America campaign and attend the Diversity in Education conference at the Department of Education. After a 12-hour bus ride and an early morning wake-up call, Wake the Vote students headed […]

Remembering Arnold Palmer
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Remembering Arnold Palmer

Wake Forest golf legend Arnold Palmer died this past Sunday in his home state of Pennsylvania at age 87. Palmer’s longtime agent said he died of complications from heart problems after being admitted to the hospital later in the week. Arnold Palmer’s legacy is long and memorable. His story spanned […]

Peggy Noonan Speaks to Wake Forest
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Peggy Noonan Speaks to Wake Forest

Former speechwriter for President Ronald Reagan and conservative columnist for The Wall Street Journal Peggy Noonan came to Wake Forest University to speak with students, faculty, and community members as part of the university’s “Voices of our Time” lecture series. In this heated election year, Noonan voiced for elevated national […]