The Power of Pain

In his inaugural speech in 2005, Wake Forest University President Nathan O. Hatch praised the University for its commitment to liberal arts education, character development, and diversity, and described Wake Forest as “a vibrant learning community, one that weds knowledge and experience.” How might your education, background, values, and life experiences contribute to the Wake … Read moreThe Power of Pain

Expanding Knowledge to the Human World: Pro Humanitate

The motto of Wake Forest University is Pro Humanitate. Explain what Pro Humanitate means to you. Music has played an important role in the developement of my esteem and character. When I was in middle school band, I can remember my teacher making our class do breathing exercises, playing tests, and scales over and over … Read moreExpanding Knowledge to the Human World: Pro Humanitate

“The Heart of Empathy”

The motto of Wake Forest University is Pro Humanitate. Explain what Pro Humanitate means to you. In my eyes, the essence of Pro Humanitate, “for humanity,” lies directly in the word itself – human. The most important thing to remember about ourselves is that we are all human. Infinitely diverse in our nationalities, experiences, political … Read more“The Heart of Empathy”

“All That Matters”

Evaluate a significant experience, achievement, risk you have taken, or ethical dilemma you have faced and its impact on you. No matter how old I grow, the meaning of friendship has always remained the same – loyalty, sympathy, understanding, and unwavering support. I learned this lesson early in life, back when my best friend’s trampoline … Read more“All That Matters”

Internationally Welcome

A problem you’d like to solve. Explain its significance to you and what steps you took or could be taken to identify a solution. “Where from?” “United States” “WELL-COME,” joyously declared a little kid from a Bedouin tribe in Jordan. Surrounded by ancient tombs, a sandy landscape, and locals wrapped in head scarves selling items … Read moreInternationally Welcome