Isabella Basco
I dream but I do.

All the hard truths you learn after graduating from WFU

‘I envisioned a Carrie Bradshaw-esque lifestyle and endless parties in the city’

What Georgetown students think about the presidential media coverage

It’s not been great

WFU just ranked one of the top party schools in America

We work hard but play harder

One in three women 18 to 34 feel sexually harassed at work

We can move the conversation forward by coming forth

I’m glad Gossip Girl was pulled off the air

With two female protagonists, it hardly did anything for girls

The problem with ‘happily ever after’

It’s not the Disney princesses that are the issue, but how their stories end

The glories and failures of the South

Yet I revel in it all the same

What it is like to grow up in Memphis

It’s a great town, but it is not without its flaws

Why Catholic faith is so important to me

It has grounded my identity

Everything incoming freshmen should know before starting at WFU

Some advice from a graduated senior

What I learned from my American heritage

I may look Filipino, but I’m also Irish, thanks to a woman I never met

What Wake Forest taught me about my minority status as Filipino-American

I am the last person I ever thought would join a sorority

Why we need to have more dialogue about sexual assault

Wake Forest should continue to address how this problem affects our community specifically