Key Senate race remains dead heat

Posted by on Oct 31, 2014 in Events, News, Politics | 0 comments

In less than five days, we’ll know turnout rates and results for all 36 Senate midterm races. The real question is what the Nov. 4 election means for the next two years of American politics — and the last two years of Obama’s presidency.

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N.C. reacts to legalization of gay marriage

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Earlier this month North Carolina became one of the most recent states where a same-sex marriage ban was overturned. On Oct. 10, 2014, U.S. Federal District Court Judge Max Cogburn overturned Amendment One, the ban on same-sex marriages that was passed on May 8 ,2012.

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Deacon Profile: Allie Pacini

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Senior Allie Pacini is a Politics and International Affairs major from Manhatten Beach, Ca., who became involved in PREPARE (Policy Group on Rape Education, Prevention and Response) during her freshman year at Wake Forest. Now, she is the co-president of the organization and has watched it grow in many ways during her fours years.

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Divinity School receives grant from AAAS

Posted by on Oct 31, 2014 in Academics, News | 0 comments

Two weeks ago, Wake Forest University’s School of Divinity was one of ten Christian seminaries to receive a grant from the American Association for the Advancement of Science. The two-year grant provides the School of Divinity with $150,000.

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Reynolda Art House Love & Loss exhibits grief as art

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In a dimly lit purple room in the Reynolda House Museum of American Art, a small collection of art pieces quietly shows what happens when grief meets canvas and clay. The exhibit, entitled Love & Loss, features two paintings, three prints and a statue that were created by several artists in response the death of a friend, child, sibling, or spouse.

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Forsyth County resident line up for early voting

Posted by on Oct 31, 2014 in Events, News, Politics, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Forsyth County voters lined up outside the Board of Elections office on Chestnut Street to cast their ballots as early voting for the 2014 elections began on Oct. 23. Even before the polls opened at 8:30 a.m., campaign volunteers and local candidates passed out flyers outside the building to try to sway voters one last time.

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