Kyle Tatich
Senior Writer
Kyle Tatich is a senior from Charlotte, N.C. pursuing a double major in Economics with Politics and International Affairs with a minor in Spanish. He has worked at the Old Gold & Black since the beginning of his freshman year working as both assistant and head editor of the sports section. Among his greatest experiences with the OGB have included interviewing Coach K of Duke, covering the ACC Tournament, and traveling to Notre Dame to cover the football team. Outside of the classroom and the newsroom Kyle works as a swim coach for Enfinity Aquatic Club where he coaches Wake Forest faculty and administrators in addition to youth in the Winston-Salem area. Additionally, he enjoys training for marathons, keeping up with current events, and watching collegiate athletics. Kyle is thankful for the skills and experience he has gained with the Old Gold & Black and hopes to use them in a future career that combines his interest in civil service, business, and both domestic and international affairs.
“We’re good again”: Deacs dance in March
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“We have aspirations of being a championship team.”

March 16, 2017
The Deacons were due
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The No. 8 Louisville Cardinals visited the Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum as the highest ranked opponent to play the Deacs at home this season.

March 2, 2017
John Collins dominates in loss at Cameron
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Arguably, before Saturday’s contest at Duke, it had been 20 years since Wake Forest played a truly competitive game at Cameron Indoor Stadium.

February 24, 2017
Demon Deacons pull off late comeback over Pittsburgh
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It took a few possessions for Wake Forest to find its groove as the Deacs found themselves down 8-0 in just a matter of minutes.

February 24, 2017
Deacs dominate Wolfpack in historic win
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Before Saturday, Feb. 11, Wake Forest had played NC State 75 times at home since the two programs first met in the 1910-11 season.

February 16, 2017
Wake Forest continues its pipeline to MLS
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The Wake Forest men’s soccer team has consistently been one of the top programs in the country, ever since its conception in 1980.

January 20, 2017
Spanish department to offer new summer opportunity
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Beginning in the summer of 2017, students will be given the option to complete their Spanish foreign language requirement or continue their studies abroad.

January 12, 2017
Wake Forest drops close game to North Carolina
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Wake Forest played with heart in an 87-93 loss on Wednesday, Jan. 11, against North Carolina. But heart wasn’t enough to beat Roy Williams and the No. 11 Tar Heels.

January 12, 2017
Military Bowl at the half: Wake Forest leads Temple 31-10
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Wake Forest leads Temple 31-10 at the end of the first half. Below we break down the first and second quarters:

December 27, 2016
Military Bowl preview
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On Tuesday, Dec. 27 the Wake Forest Demon Deacons will meet the No. 24 Temple Owls in the 2016 Military Bowl presented by Northrop Grumman.

December 26, 2016
Wake Forest’s keys to the game
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Wake Forest and No. 24 Temple will play in the 2016 Military Bowl on Tuesday, Dec. 27 in Annapolis, Md. Here are Wake Forest’s five keys to the game, that if followed give them a chance to finish the season with its first winning record since 2008.

December 26, 2016
Controversy arises after Louisville football game
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Dan Collins of the “Winston-Salem Journal” reported on Wednesday, Nov. 16 of a possible breach of Wake Forest’s game plan prior to its game last week against No. 6 Louisville.

November 17, 2016
Deacons must establish a winning culture
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The 2016-2017 men’s basketball season is upon us as head coach Danny Manning is poised to begin his third season with Wake Forest as the Deacs host Radford on Friday, Nov. 11 at Lawrence Joel Coliseum.

November 10, 2016
Deacon Profile: Donovan Livingston
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High school students participating in the Wake Forest Summer Immersion Program  — designed for those interested in business or medicine — did not just benefit from guest lecturers and fieldtrips but also from the mentorship of Program Director Donovan Livingston, the recent graduate of the Harvard School of Education whose graduation speech, “Lift Off,” in […]

October 6, 2016
Thank you, Tim Duncan: One of the Greats
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The Old Gold & Black looks back on the storied career of Tim Duncan on and off the court at Wake Forest, where he dominated the ACC for four years nearly two decades ago.

September 1, 2016
Discover the secrets of the Old Gold Swipe
Life · By

Welcome, Wake Forest Class of 2020. Your life is changing dramatically as you face daunting uncertainties each day. You may wonder if you prepared yourself enough for class or if your ride to a party will ever show up, but one essential part about your new lifestyle that should never be left to chance is […]

August 24, 2016
New book looks inside life at Ivy League schools
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Prestigious, renowned and strenuous are words frequently used to describe the conventional image of the Ivy League as an entity.

April 21, 2016
Story of Chris Paul’s grandfather resurfaces
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Thursday, Nov. 14, 2002 was one of the happiest days for the family of Wake Forest basketball legend Chris Paul, since it was on this day that Paul officially committed to play ACC basketball at his hometown dream school, Wake Forest University.

April 7, 2016
Meet Kate Hubbs
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Kate Hubbs is a sophomore from Camden, Tennessee, majoring in politics and international affairs with a triple minor in psychology, french and health policy and administration.

March 31, 2016
Football signs 22 recruits in 2016 class
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According to President Hatch, head coach Dave Clawson has a better idea of the types of players worth pursuing in recruiting after two full years as head coach.

February 11, 2016
OGB Centennial Spotlight: Chris Paul
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In celebration of 100 years of the Old Gold & Black and a century of reporting on Wake Forest basketball, there is no better individual to honor than legendary point guard Chris Paul.

February 4, 2016
Spotlight: Coach Bobby Muuss
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The Wake Forest men’s soccer team was one of the top teams in the country throughout the season. The team won the ACC regular season title and received the number one overall seed for the NCAA Tournament.

January 28, 2016
ACC releases 2016 football schedules
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On Tuesday, Jan. 26 the Atlantic Coast Conference released the 2016 schedules for each of its 14 members. Arguably, Wake Forest could not have asked for a better schedule as it is much more balanced than it was last season.

January 28, 2016
Spotlight: Bryant Crawford
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While the Wake Forest men’s basketball team has fallen on hard times in the past two weeks, Freshman Bryant Crawford has continued to be a consistent scoring threat while making those around him better.

January 21, 2016
100 years of covering Wake Forest sports
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Undeniably, under the nickname “Demon Deacons,” Wake Forest possesses one of the most unique mascot names in all of collegiate athletics. Yet, one could argue that a significant number of alumni and current students lack the understanding of where that name originated. Initially known as the “Old Gold and Black” or even the “Fighting Baptists” […]

January 14, 2016