In the fall of 2017 I traded a semester at Wake Forest for the chance to live in London for four months. While studying there, I found myself falling deeper and deeper in love with the city— There’s an ineffable magic to it. My happiest memories there are scattered throughout the various pubs, parks, coffee
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Asheville, North Carolina is a city of about 90,000 people located in the Blue Ridge mountains. Known for its thriving art scene and extensive history, it has gained attention for its urban atmosphere with small-town appeal. Captivating photo-ops, interesting people, and charming Southern culture make Asheville the hidden gem of North Carolina. 1. The Art Not
The latest food truck arrival in Winston-Salem has been popping up all over your Snapchat and Instagram feeds lately, and for good reason. Dough-Joe’s warm, melt-in-your-mouth cake doughnuts are literally to die for. Here are five things you didn’t know about the new company that’s already a Wake student favorite… Photo credit doughjoesnc.com 1. Dough-Joe’s owners
One of the most amazing parts about studying abroad is becoming truly local to the place you live. Whenever I travel to other cities during my spare time, I love to ask locals what they recommend. After all, isn’t the point of travel to experience the way the other half lives? After living in Barcelona
Our prayers have been answered (or at least all the campus dining survey emails flooding our mailboxes). Benson’s Forest Greens’ extreme makeover has the whole campus buzzing. The Village Juice smoothie bar and the resurrection of a sandwich section has finally quieted the stirrings of the millennials desperate for a genuinely healthy meal on campus.