Honoring ‘Strength, Resolve and Legacy’

From left, Awilda Gilliam Neal ('73), Deborah McFarlane ('73), Linda Holiday ('73), and Beth Hopkins ('73)

Celebrating the 50th anniversary of African American women integrating residence halls

When they moved into a women’s residence hall in 1969, Beth Norbrey Hopkins and Deborah Graves McFarlane simply wanted to obtain a good education and weren’t thinking about making history as the first African American women to come to Wake Forest as resident students. But they did.

Read the full article on the Wake Forest news website.

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