| the history of wake forest
about a “new Wake Forest.,” Scales said: “We have changed as the
world has changed. Quantitatively, the university is larger in en-
rollment by a third, larger in endowment, and larger in working
space on both campuses than ten years ago. Qualitatively, we re-
tain the sense of mission and the values of intellectual freedom and
responsibility that have always distinguished Wake Forest. There is
no need for overexplanatory rhetoric. The new Wake Forest is con-
tinuous with the old.”
Rod Griffin reaches for the basket
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