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WFU is Ready to Hit The Bricks on Thursday, October 6

Celebrating Two Decades of Hitting the Bricks Written by Roksanna Keyvan | WFU ’26 Encircling Hearn Plaza, thousands of red bricks lie in eager anticipation of Thursday, October 6th – a day where they will, once again, be joined by Wake Forest students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends for Hit The Bricks. For nearly two […]

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WFU Named to Washington Monthly’s 2022 Best Colleges for Student Voting Honor Roll

Following the 2020 presidential election, Wake Forest University has been included in Washington Monthly’s – a nonprofit magazine that covers government and political issues – “2022 Best Colleges for Student Voting Honor Roll”. This marks the third time WFU has been recognized on the Honor Roll, after first making the list in 2020 and again […]

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Wake Forest University Awarded the 2022 ALL IN Highly Established Action Plan Seal

(Washington, DC) Today, the ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge (ALL IN) announced that Wake Forest University has been awarded a Highly Established Action Plan Seal. This seal is awarded to campuses that have worked to increase nonpartisan democratic engagement and graduate engaged voters by building a strong nonpartisan action plan. WFU is one of 82 […]

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Camry Wilborn-Mercer receives Forsyth County Governor’s Volunteer Service Award

Camry Wilborn-Mercer, Assistant Director of Community Partnerships, was recognized with the Director of Volunteers Award at the Forsyth County Governor’s Volunteer Service Awards on April 26, 2022, during an in-person ceremony hosted by HandsOn Northwest North Carolina at Salem College. The Director of Volunteers award recognizes a paid staff member who exceeds expectations of good […]

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Wake Forest selected for Public Health AmeriCorps

April 13, 2022 by Laurie D. Willis  |   willisla@nullwfu.edu  |   336.758.3374 & Office of Communications & External Relations  |   media@nullwfu.edu  |   336.758.5237 Beginning in the fall, 15 Wake Forest University community members will get to explore public health in a real-world context by participating in Public Health AmeriCorps, a federally funded program designed to improve […]

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OCCE Celebrates 2022 Service Award Winners

The Office of Civic & Community Engagement (OCCE) has announced the winners of its 2022 Service Awards. The OCCE Service Awards recognize students, faculty, staff, and members of the community who have successfully and effectively worked to create meaningful social change around a particular issue, either on campus or in the Winston-Salem community. Christman Award: […]

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