Senior Yifei Wang, from Beijing, China, knew from the time he started at Wake Forest that he wanted to study philosophy. According to Wang, “I was in an IB program during high school, and I took philosophy courses starting in the tenth grade.”
Asia Parker, a First-Generation Magnolia Scholar from Fort Lauderdale, FL, knew by the time she matriculated to Wake Forest that she had a passion for history.
A privilege that comes with a position on the Editorial Board of the Old Gold & Black is the opportunity to meet with and question President Hatch roughly once a month. President Hatch is a great sport in these engagements, and while we work to keep the meetings lighthearted, inevitably some difficult questions are asked. […]
There is recent scientific consensus that diets generally do not work as effective weight loss strategies. Yes, you will likely lose weight at the beginning of a diet, but statistics show that over 95 percent of dieters will regain at least all of the weight that they lose in one to five years. Fortunately, I […]
BREAKING: Admitted student’s Top 10 List was recently leaked. Here is who he found to be the Top 10 Hottest Sigma Chis. 1) John Wayne 2) Brad Pitt 3) Kliff Kingsbury 4) Tom Selleck 5) Luke Bryan 6) Adam Scott (golfer) 7) David Letterman 8) Lee Norris 9) Mike Ditka 10) Grover Cleveland Happy April […]
As the opinion editor for the Old Gold and Black, it is well within my authority to admit that my section has what some would call a flaw. Namely, we receive and therefore publish many more left-leaning articles than we do conservative ones. Campus conservatives, like the ones who write for the Wake Forest Review, […]
On Feb. 14, 2018, 17 people were killed and 14 more were injured at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, FL. They were mowed down by a lone gunman with an AR-15 Assault Rifle. This shooter, Nikolas Cruz, purchased his weapon, along with his ammunition and large capacity magazines, legally. There are many appalling […]
I wrote an article three weeks ago for the OGB entitled “The ‘War on Conservatives’ is overblown.” In it, my main point was that The Wake Forest Review, our campus’ resident conservative publication, uses flawed arguments in order to spread the misnomer that there is some administrative conspiracy to turn our campus into a leftist […]
Fifty-four-year-old osteopathic physician Larry Nassar, who operated out of Michigan State and served as the head doctor for Team USA Gymnastics since 1992, will spend the rest of his life behind bars. Nassar was found guilty of molesting over 250 young women and possessing child pornography. The fact that this man was able to operate […]
A common trope touted by Wake Forest Conservatives is that the university is lacking in outlets for conservative voices. For example, in Wake Forest’s conservative publication, The Wake Forest Review, founder Sabin Sidney, in his piece entitled Why We Exist writes, “There is a new movement arising at elite institutions. Administrators and professors continue to […]
An onslaught of sexual assault allegations against famous men have recently come to light. It seems as though the Harvey Weinstein revelations burst the dam.
Eleven weeks of exhilarating college football have passed, and the number of playoff viable teams has been whittled down dramatically.
The SEC continued to rise, but the Big Ten suffered multiple key losses this weekend. Check out the playoff hopes of the Power Five conferences.
Week two of the 2017 college football season did not have the same last minute shockers that week one graced fans with, but Saturday, Sept. 9 was still a great day to watch athletes battle it out on the gridiron.
Week one of the 2017-2018 college football season got off to an outstanding start this past weekend.
Callie Cleckner arrived at Wake Forest with an open mind as to what her major may be. However, she quickly became interested in sociology after her freshman year.
When senior Akua Maat started at Wake Forest, she would have scoffed at the thought of being a Latin major. However, after being frustrated by her Spanish class in the first semester, she decided to sign up for an introductory Latin course in the spring semester. In this class, she thrived.
On Tuesday, April 11, four North Carolina lawmakers proposed legislation that could potentially have major negative implications for the Atlantic Coast Conference. If House Bill 728 passes, any university funded by the state of North Carolina would be required to pull out of any league that openly boycotts the state.
Thursday, April 6 will mark the first Masters Tournament since the passing of Wake Forest legend Arnold Palmer.
Daniel Pachino also contributed to this article.
With national signing day in the books, college football fans now have a clearer picture of what the top 25 may look like in 2017.
Billy Hamilton, a Russian Professor and member of local bluegrass band Unbroken Circle, has been a member of the Wake Forest community for over 30 years.
On Sunday, Jan. 22, baseball lost a stud. Yordano Ventura, 25, aptly nicknamed “Ace,” perished in a car accident in his home nation, the Dominican Republic.
A quick skim of my previous pieces will show that I fully opposed Donald Trump’s election.
In the months leading up to the election on Nov. 8, there was speculation of election fraud coming out of the Trump campaign.