Wake Forest registered 49 new COVID-19 cases since Sept. 8, a 90.7% increase over past figures (Graphic by Renting Cai/Old Gold & Black)
Students voice concerns about the shortcomings of the COVID-19 dashboard (Graphic Credit: Emily Beauchamp/Old Gold & Black)
Resident advisers are coping with new COVID-19 limitations on top of their already tasking duties (Photo Credit: Katie Fox)
UNC and NC State serve as cautionary tales of the impacts of large social gatherings (Photo Credit: Flickr.com)
Things might feel uncertain right now, but over time, you will find your place and your people here.
Building relationships just takes some time, initiative and a positive attitude.
In this interview, Assistant News Editor Jessica Mark speaks with Iacouvu about the university’s testing and tracing plan, what would happen if there is an outbreak, and how Wake Forest will foster a socially distanced community (Photo Credit: Wake Forest News).
With many students at home, Campus Recreation encourages them to remain physically active and logging their minutes of exercise each day
Read the Old Gold & Black’s interview with Walton below
The program allows local parents to use the university community as a resource to help their children remain academically engaged during remote learning
Where there is chaos, there is also opportunity
Although every student will have a unique transition to learning at home, one thing is clear: this is uncharted territory
To promote sexual health on campus, condom dispensers will be placed in residence halls