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
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Performance art has a bad rap in the contemporary art scene. For many, the need for a clear shock value usurps the beauty of technique that grounds classical practices, such as painting. Anne Imhof’s Faust, the winner of a Golden Lion at the Venice Biennale (equivalent to a Grammy for Album of the Year) proves that
Winter has finally descended on Winston-Salem. Three Wake students, Maddie Dickens and sister duo Alma and Candelaria Penate, showcase their favorite unique winter styles at Reynolda House and Reynolda Gardens. Photos by WFU Style photographer Phillip Yurchenko, assisted by Julia Sawchak and Katie Dickens.
Fall has long been my favorite season. The changing of the leaves is a welcome transition from the sweltering heat of summer; we finally see some relief from the unbearable humidity, classes resume, and we gear up for the excitement of Halloween and Thanksgiving. Here at Wake Forest, fall is one of the most beautiful
Summer’s right around the corner, which means it’s time to think about how you’ll dress up for your summer internship. Firstly, congrats on scoring a summer internship! Make sure you’re not scrambling to get ready and risk being late on your first day–first impressions are everything. A pair of cute glasses James 47 mm