On Friday, Ryan Wolfe sat down with two candidates for Student Government president, Matthew David and Danny Reeves. In the Review‘s second annual roundtable discussion, David and Reeves talked with Wolfe about a wide range of issues on campus, including free speech, campus security, and Greek life. Listen to the […]
Anthony and Ciara discuss #TheMemo and what it means for the Trump administration and our intelligence agencies going forward.
Anthony and Ciara sit down to talk about current event issues on the Wake Forest campus and across the nation.
After Senator Ben Sasse (R-NE) finished speaking at Wake Forest University last week, Executive Director Sabin Sidney and Editor-in-Chief Anthony Palumbo had an opportunity to sit down with the Senator to discuss his book, “The Vanishing American Adult,” recent political events, and his picks for the College Football Playoff. In […]
After “How Wake Forest Turned to the Left” evoked such a strong response from Demon Deacons on the left and right, the Truth Without Fear podcast hosts Jordan Lancaster and Anthony Palumbo sat down with two opposing voices on the issue: Ryan Wolfe and Rakin Nasar. Nasar who is a Senior […]
Anthony and Jordan discuss the effectiveness of gun control and the issues on both sides with Harold Eustache (WFU Law ’14) after the shooting in Las Vegas.
This week, Anthony Palumbo and Jordan Lancaster discuss the importance of freedom of speech on college campuses, while Ben and Spencer discuss the latest in Wake Forest sports. Special guests: Jack Beyrer (’21) and Sabin Sidney (’18).
Anthony Palumbo and Jordan Lancaster return for another semester of podcasting! This episode, we discuss campus conservatism and introduce the Sports Corner with Ben and John. Special guests: Michael Dougherty of National Review, Jack Beyrer (’21), and Sabin Sidney (’18).
Sabin discusses the second amendment with Congressman Ted Budd, and Anthony and Ciara discuss veterans affairs and how the government can improve its care. Our friend Harold Eustache comes back! Guests include Congressman Ted Budd, Farahn Morgan (’11, JD ’14), and Harold Eustache.
Wake Forest Review hosts a first-of-its-kind presidential roundtable discussion with all candidates for Student Government President. Hosts Sabin Sidney and Ryan Wolfe discuss a variety of issues on topics including well-being, diversity and inclusion, and the role of student government. Candidates include Suyash Keshari, Spencer Schiller, and William Morgan. Election […]