As a self-proclaimed Winston-Salem foodie, I am always on the lookout for new restaurants. I have a list of about thirty local restaurants in my phone that serves as my guide to dinner off-campus. I am amazed by the seemingly endless selection of delicious restaurants in the beloved, underestimated town that is Winston-Salem. After reading an article in the Winston-Salem
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The three of us – Katie Dickens, Sophie Cohn, and Gracie Wiener – are so happy to announce that we are sharing the roles of WFU Style co-presidents for the next year! We have come a long way from three fashion-obsessed freshmen (shout out to Collins!) sitting at our first WFU Style meeting in 2014
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.
One day this past summer over a pair of beautiful smoothie bowls we had a brilliant, delectable idea. The new Village Juice storefront was the talk of the Wake Forest campus, and we decided it would be worth the splurge to test out every single item on the ever-expanding menu. Smoothies, bowls, toasts, and salads
WFUStyle Spotlight: Men’s Basketball Edition These athletes have smooth style on and off the basketball court. Introducing Troy Rike, Forward, Junior Troy is always spotted in minimalist, muted West Coast staples, gravitating towards comfort and simplicity. Location: Trade Street, Bailey Park, and Big Winston Warehouse complex in downtown Winston-Salem More about Troy: Introducing Mitchell Wilbekin,