It’s no news to Wake Forest students that college campuses are extremely stressful environments.
Don Jodrey, a Wake Forest alum and senior policy adviser to the assistant secretary of the Interior for Fish and Wildlife and Parks, returned to campus this semester to teach an upper-level course on natural resource law and sustainability.
Wake Forest students, faculty and staff have access to a variety of sustainable transportation options that allow them to minimize their carbon footprint and save money.
In celebration of Constitution Day, School of Law professor Wendy Parker opened a discussion on applications and interpretations of the Equal Protection Clause with the Wake Forest community on Friday, Sept. 16, at the Worrell Professional Center.
Whether you’re interested in joining a community service organization or just want to find ways to make a difference, the Wake Forest community offers plenty of chances to get involved.
One of the Wake Forest admission essay questions for the class of 2021 was inspired by the play.
With the start of the new semester and throughout the ongoing renovation of campus fitness and recreation facilities, there will be a variety of special events and classes offered to students.
While spending a semester abroad can be an important aspect of the college experience, Wake Forest also offers a wide range of unique summer study abroad programs. These opportunities take students to places like Italy, Australia and even India and allow participants to study numerous different topics.
Wake Forest is home to many traditions that bring the university together.
Don’t stress over what needs to be accomplished before graduation… yet. You’ll have plenty of time for that.
This time last year, Virginia Tech’s annual “Take Back the Night” event sparked a national conversation on the importance of “safe spaces” for survivors and the role of men in feminist movements.
The job-for-job wage gap is not a myth, contrary to what a column in last week’s issue of the Old Gold & Black proposed.
Here at Wake Forest, all students are required to pass health and exercise science (HES) courses to graduate. And it makes sense — Demon Deacons are expected to be the best at everything, including balancing homework, jobs, extracurricular involvement, philanthropy and a social life.
In a previous issue of the Old Gold & Black, a column explored the “economics of sex” in an attempt to pinpoint the cause of the apparent hookup epidemic running rampant on college campuses — including this one.
If you discover a new song, it’ll play every time you turn on the radio.
Want relationship advice? Those who say yes are in luck, but the answer doesn’t actually matter; tips abound from all directions, regardless.
Latinist Dr. Serena Witzke is in her first semester as a professor in the Classics Department at the university, specializing in gender in antiquity and ancient new comedy.
On Nov. 10 evening, Dr. Eban Goodstein, Director of Bard College’s Center for Environmental Policy and the Bard MBA in Sustainability in New York City, introduced students’ roles in climate change mitigation strategies through his presentation, New Rules for Climate Protection: Student and Citizen Action to Change the Future. Although Goodstein emphasized the importance of […]
The inaugural Rising Voices Conference, which began on Friday, Oct. 23, and continued through Saturday evening, focused on connecting university alumni with current students through teach-in sessions and panel discussions. Student Ambassadors from the LGBTQ Center helped to facilitate these interactions, from helping to plan the conference and organize registration to directing alumni through department […]
“Hit the Bricks,” a campus tradition funding cancer research where teams race to accumulate the most laps around the brick perimeter of Hearn Plaza, celebrated its 35th year with its largest participation to date. Around 100 groups of students and faculty, many wearing backpacks weighted by sand, ran through rain and shine for eight hours […]