A supplement to Wake Forest Magazine
He fought the enemy in Iraq, but Matt Gallagher (‘05) hardly expected his combat blog to start a battle back in the United States.
Buck Cochran (‘82) finds his calling—and his own inner peace—in a community where sustainability is about more than farming.
Social media networks are essential tools for connecting, communicating, and—as many alumni have found—serving the human cause.
With a stronger mentoring program, global outreach and interdisciplinary focus, Wake Forest embraces the liberal arts and the professions.
The Gulf of Mexico oil spill left many feeling adrift about how to respond, but not Brian Yablonksi (‘89). He mobilized forces to defend Florida’s coast and marine life.
In a first-year first, one famous painting unites one class of new students in a collective academic experience.