Journalism students spent last Saturday learning investigative reporting techniques from reporters from The New York Times and ProPublica at the Ida B. Wells Society’s investigative reporting workshop.
On the morning of Wednesday, Feb. 14, a single table caught curious students’ attention as they shuffled in and out of the atrium’s main entrance. On it sat a turquoise, plastic bucket filled with individually-wrapped heart shaped candies. But surrounding the bucket were the real treats — 90 newspaper-wrapped novels up for grabs for anyone […]
When Catherine Woodard reads from her latest book and first full-length poetry collection, Opening the Mouth of the Dead, she brings a bucket of moonpies with her to cities not in the south. She urges each person to take one, heat it up in the microwave when they get home and enjoy their bites of […]
Four rows of faded plastic, multicolored chairs faced the front of the narrow room. In them sat the members of Inner Rhythm Choir, some smiling and talking to one another and some sitting quietly, staring ahead.
At just five years old, Emily Giffin wrote her first book, The Funny Pandas and the Messy Room.
After quitting the track and cross country teams his freshman year, junior Connor Buck wanted to find another passion to occupy his time.
In North Carolina, the shift from summer to fall brings with it all the familiar signs.
Imagine walking across a wooden plank. Your eyes glance down and 90 stories beneath you lies a bustling street.
“At first you’re scared,” a friend explained to me. “Then you’re brave.”
On a campus that may seem daunting now, it’s important to keep exploring and find places that make you feel at home.
While most students confine themselves to study spaces across campus, senior Jeremy Sexton has spent his last weeks on campus composing not one, but two pieces for upcoming performances. All while studying for his final exams.
When searching for universities to attend, Sam Kridgen had three distinct requirements.
Over 20 years ago, Max Floyd issued students a challenge. “The ball is in the students’ court,” Floyd wrote in an op-ed featured in the Old Gold & Black in the 90s. “If they take the challenge, this facility can be a wonderful legacy handed down for all future students to enjoy.” He dreamt of […]
While studying abroad in Barcelona, Spain, Kevin Leffew was struck with an idea. Combining his interests in the financial and technology industries, he started to build a website that reflected the vision for a new club at Wake Forest that would explore the frontier of this intersection. Wake Fintech was born.
Senior Charlie Januszewski, better known to those who find him on Spotify as “Charlie Brennan,” will spend his Friday differently than most college students. His latest album, “The Last Time,” will be available to all listeners to showcase his vocal, lyrical and producing skills. How did you first get involved in music? Well, I took […]
Although the heart of campus seems to be flooded with activity, it is the edges of Wake Forest that are hopping with new additions — beckoning students, faculty and staff to take advantage of improvements to the outdoor campus recreation facilities when weather permits.
Throughout the third weekend of January, events and celebrations were held nearly every day in the Winston-Salem community to honor the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.
Jamerdon Dean, known to most by his artist name Dean Chatham, is a senior planning to release the final project of his hip-hop series entitled “Dean’s List” before he graduates in Spring 2017.