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Final Thought for the Year; from a Graduating Senior

adapted from the pilot episode of CBS’s “How I Met Your Mother” Kids, I’d like to tell you a story.  It’s a story of drama, of comedy, of happiness, of sadness, of theology (believe it or not), and of love.  Kids, this is the story of how I met your mother. A little over twenty […]

Read more May 2, 2013

Front Line Reporting from the Conference on Human Nature

One of the most important aspects of student life in the School of Divinity is the ability to explore a diverse availability of educational opportunities. Today, as I write this, I have just returned from the first session of a day-long conference put together by the School of Divinity’s Dr. Kevin Jung. One of Dr. […]

Read more March 29, 2012

Presidential Debates, Vagina Monologues, and Resurrection Stories; Mandy Mizelle

As a woman, listening to this year’s presidential campaign rhetoric has been nearly intolerable.  Affluent men in sweater vests and business suits have tossed around offensive misrepresentations of women and our bodies like Nerf footballs with language that has regularly forsaken us.  While under verbal attack, we have ironically been told we should stay off […]

Read more March 6, 2012

Greetings!

Greetings and welcome to Unfolding! This blog has been created to be an exciting, diverse, and honest look into the daily life of students of Wake Forest University School of Divinity. Here in the Divinity School, we do have our own newspaper (The Tablet), but it is largely written for students already well embedded in […]

Read more January 25, 2012