Ryan discusses the declassification of #TheMemo by President Trump, Penny Rue’s controversial tweets, and The Wake Forest Review.
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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 […]
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 […]
1. Late On Friday Night, Freshman Student Kara Nelson Posts Video With Racist Comments To Her “Finsta” Account Late on Friday, January 19th, Kara Nelson, a freshman student, posted a video to the Instagram story of her “finsta” account. Finsta is short-hand for fake Instagram accounts, which are usually private accounts […]
In the early morning hours of January 20, students were alerted by Vice President of Student Life Penny Rue, via email, about an incident that occurred between a student and her Resident Advisor. The student had come back from a fraternity function and had a run-in with her RA, calling […]