A supplement to Wake Forest Magazine
Remembering Skip Prosser
Skip Prosser’s legacy is not so much what he did, though his accomplishments were considerable. His legacy is who he was. He left a deep, lasting mark on the University and the community.
Face to Face with New Guinea
A new permanent exhibit at the Museum of Anthropology features masks, ornaments, tools and clothing to showcase the people and cultures of this Oceanic country.
Welcoming the newest Deacs
More than 1,100 freshmen moved onto campus in late August. A blog, “My First Days as a Deacon”; photo galleries; a video from move-in day; and stories capture their first days on campus.
Built to Last
Winning an ACC championship is one thing. Contending year in and year out is another. But there’s reason to believe that Wake Forest can become a solid contender in the always-tough ACC.
IN PRINT: George E. ‘Skip’ Prosser, 1955–2007