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A Guide to WSJ.com for Wake Forest University Students, Faculty & Staff

A Guide to WSJ.com for WFU Students, Faculty and Staff

Wake Forest Unviersity students, faculty and staff have individual access to WSJ.com, the online version of The Wall Street Journal. While the Journal is the nation's leading business newspaper, it is also a premier source of high-quality news and information on many topics, for example, national and international politics and economics, the arts, books, careers, food and wine, travel and sports.

However, no one has time to read and absorb all the rich content published each day in the Journal.  The purpose of this guide is to help you discover how to read the Journal in an efficient manner and to find the news and information that is of most interest to you.

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Summer Krstevska
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