November 22, 2006 |
CIARAN CARSON is one of the most accomplished among the astonishing number of formidable poets who have issued from Ulster over the last three generations. In his elegy on the death of Yeats, Auden mused that "mad Ireland stung him into poetry." Northern Ireland, where that madness has lingered longest, more recently has prodded artists like Seamus Heaney, Paul Muldoon, Medbh McGuckian, Frank Ormsby and Carson into stunning poems and wonderfully readable translations.
October 7, 2006 |
Wake up, Wake Forest! Five games into the college football season, you're not supposed to be the last remaining unbeaten team in the Atlantic Coast Conference. That's never happened before, at any point in any season. You've taken advantage of a cupcake schedule, sure, but you're one victory away from only the second 6-0 start in school history and the first since 1944, when a team coached by D.C. "Peahead" Walker won its first seven games.
March 29, 2000 |
Wake Forest won bragging rights in its rivalry with North Carolina State and earned a spot in the final of the National Invitation Tournament. Darius Songaila scored 18 points, including six in overtime, as Wake Forest earned a 62-59 victory over the Atlantic Coast Conference rival Wolfpack (20-13) in the semifinals of the NIT on Tuesday night at New York. Wake Forest (21-14) will play Notre Dame (22-14) in Thursday night's final.
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July 31, 1999 |
Wake Forest University, steeped in Baptist tradition, is opening a nondenominational divinity school whose first class of 24 includes a Catholic, a Lutheran, Presbyterians, Episcopalians and Moravians. The students, who will embark on a three-year quest for a master of divinity degree Aug. 25, range in age from 21 to 74. Within three years, officials at the North Carolina school expect the program to enroll about 110 students, with a full-time faculty of eight.
January 17, 1998
Santa Margarita goalkeeper Erin Regan has orally committed to Wake Forest, according to her mother, Darlyn. Regan, 17, saw limited playing time last season, playing behind all-county goalkeeper Riki-Ann Serrins, now at Maryland. Regan is a member of the Southern California Blues club team, which won the club league title, the league cup and the prestigious Surf Cup. She also isplaying in the regional Olympic Development program.
April 5, 1997 |
Wake Forest center Tim Duncan won the 21st annual John R. Wooden Award on Friday in ceremonies at the Los Angeles Athletic Club that pleased no one more than John R. Wooden. The former legendary UCLA coach, for whom the college basketball player of the year award is named, beamed at Duncan's selection. "I've always wanted it to go to a graduating senior," Wooden, 86, said.