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John Champlin serves as the Assistant Director of Wake Forest University's Professional Development Center.
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Woodie Anderson is a multidisciplinary artist and graphic designer living in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
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Kyle Webster is an award-winning illustrator who also works with Adobe on developing digital Photoshop brushes and teaches visual art at UNCSA.
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Stormy Harrell is the collections manager at the Museum of Anthropology at Wake Forest University.
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Dr James Kernodle, Jr is a practicing optomitrsit at Nova Eye Care in Asheboro, NC. I currently resides in Greensboro, NC.
9:09am Jul 24, 2018Student Journalists Student Journalists
Born and raised in NC, Jill Martin-Byers has traveled the world working in concert production with artists such as Calvin Harris, Brooke Candy, and Jessie J.
9:21am Jul 23, 2018Student Journalists Student Journalists
Professor Sue Rupp teaches at Wake Forest University, offering a divisional course in modern European history as well as courses on Russian and East European history.
9:24am Jul 22, 2018Student Journalists Student Journalists
Matthew Mayers is one of two partners running Apple & Green City Farm, which provides fresh natural produce to local restaurants and other businesses, while also hosting a sma
9:07am Jun 29, 2018Student Journalists Student Journalists
Hailey Post is the Assisstant General Manager of SKYWILD, a treetop high ropes adventure course at the Greensboro Science Center.
9:18am Jun 27, 2018Student Journalists Student Journalists
Christian Newby is an Assistant Competion Team Coach for Tumblebees Ultimate Climbing Gym.
9:16am Jun 26, 2018Student Journalists Student Journalists
Chad Barnard is a Mount Airy native who has been playing music since he was sixteen years old.
9:14am Jun 26, 2018Student Journalists Student Journalists
Jazz bassist Maddie Kendrick discusses her passion for music with Radio Camper Mallory Atkinson, as well as her work with local psychedelic garage rock band Fortezza.
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