On Tuesday night President Trump gave his first State of the Union Address to Congress where he expressed that the state of our union is “strong” because the people of our nation are “strong”. In a speech that lasted for an hour and twenty-one minutes and had 115 applause lines, […]
Years before the tragic shooting outside of a Delta Sigma Theta party a few weeks ago, the Office of Campus Life made policy choices handcuffed the Wake Forest University Police Department’s ability to proactively police on our campus. In January 2014, a semester before the seniors graduating in May arrived […]
This week, Ryan discusses recent events and tragedies on the Wake Forest campus.
Engaging with students who promote ideology relating to social justice, intersectionality, an increased presence of government, and theories of oppression can be difficult for conservatives. These students have a national reputation for provocative tactics to be heard on college campuses across the country, all the way from Berkeley to Yale. […]
Just over a week after the 2018 March for Life, the Democrats and two Republicans Senators voted in opposition to a bill that would prohibit abortion after 20 weeks of pregnancy. The United States now joins seven countries, some of which include North Korea and China, that allows abortions-on-demand after […]
President Donald J. Trump has spent the first year of his presidency breaking almost every political norm in the playbook. From a never-seen-before communication style to pulling off what some may see as the biggest political upset in years, President Trump has played with his back against the wall […]
Penny Rue, the Vice President for Campus Life and a Professor of Counseling at Wake Forest University, does not hold back any of her political opinions on Twitter. Even though her main responsibility is to promote the safety and well-being of students on campus, the campus administrator tweets or retweets […]