Respond to each of the below:
(a) List 5 books you have read that intrigued you.
(b) Discuss the work of fiction you have read which has helped you most to understand the complexity of the world.
What piques your curiosity?
Identify a cultural norm or current political reality with which you disagree. How have you sought or might you seek to change it?
Describe an instance in which you observed or exhibited “character.”
Give us your top ten list.
Pro Humanitate, which means “for humanity,” is Wake Forest’s motto. If you had a personal motto, what would it be?
Kendrick Lamar won the 2018 Pulitzer Prize for Music, becoming the rst non-classical or jazz musician to win the award. Whom do you believe will be the next person to break boundaries in artistic, scienti c or literary accomplishment?
Use the following essay to give the Admissions Committee insight into your character and intellect: Rogan Kersh, Wake Forest University Provost and Professor of Politics and International Affairs, is currently teaching a class entitled, “Millennials, Politics and the Future” which explores research-based characteristics of Gen Y or the Millennial Generation to which you belong . At Wake Forest, we strive to understand the distinctive features of your so-called “millennial” generation, as we design curricula and programs for today’s students. What, in your view, are signi cant aspects of your generation that we should be aware of? (If you live outside of the U.S., feel free to discuss generational features of young people in your country of residence.)