Students rush frantically back and forth between their dorm rooms and family cars. Trash bags and suitcases line the sidewalk as peers say goodbye to each other for the summer.
Campus day: the day where eager students who were accepted to Wake Forest tour the campus, visit current students, and get it drilled into their minds how great Wake Forest is.
On March 31, the Wake Forest theatre department’s production of the Scottish play opened, with cast members stunning, scaring and interacting with the many audience members that were in attendance.
We all remember our first time. There’s often crazy stories, it’s kinda dirty and it could be in a place where you don’t feel necessarily safe.
“Diversity, inclusion and respect are foundational elements within a deeply personal education,” according to the Wake Forest University webpage on diversity. According to many students on campus, however, Wake Forest is not as diverse as it seems. Find the whole story here.
Everyone loves a little humor — but has anyone ever stopped to think about the difficult, serious work that goes into writing a humor column?
I can safely say that I am the oldest student at Wake Forest. Of course, I’m just a freshman, but I can promise you this is the truth. My actual age of 18 is definitely not in tune with my body age of 80.
We all know Kylie Jenner and that she’s famous for — almost — nothing.
Wake Forest as a community has a problem and no one is doing anything about it.
I don’t know if you’re aware of this, but whoever you are, your life just changed for the better.
We all have our secrets — some small, insignificant ones, some that only your best friends will know and some that you’ll take to your grave with you.
Among the conversations of “fake news” and “alternative facts,” I’ve decided to compile a list of the best alternative facts about Wake Forest.
With less than two weeks until the Super Bowl, great food, hilarious commercials, a fantastic halftime show and a fan-worthy football game are on the horizon.
Recruitment Week: it’s stressful, fun and exciting. However, there is something else that is oddly familiar about it.
I’m sure that while in high school you’ve heard the phrase, “you’re going to need this in college.” I don’t know what colleges those teachers went to, but they were very, very wrong. High school totally does not prepare you for college.
Catherine Korzen is a Wake Forest alumni who currently lives in Kernersville, North Carolina. She graduated from Wake Forest in 1982 after playing flute in the Spirit of the Old Gold and Black, writing for the Old Gold & Black — as assistant features editor and then co-features editor — and acting in the original […]
When I first decided to come to Wake Forest, I was excited to come to a school that wanted me for me. When I got here, however, I knew that I was wrong. Either Wake Forest hates me, or some evil spirit—probably Jabez Bostwick — wants me dead. Wake Forest University is actually trying to […]
On Nov. 4, the Wake Forest Theatre department’s musical production of “Honk!” opened, bringing audiences of children, their parents and Wake Forest students to Scales Fine Arts Center.
Have you ever been in a lecture class that felt like it dragged on for 17 years? If so, I’m sure you can relate to these common thoughts that we’ve all had during a lecture.
Find yourself a man who is a human being. Make sure your dream guy is from planet Earth before you start crushing on him.
As a native North Carolinian, I can officially say that it’s fall in North Carolina; the cool wind chills, crisp leaves and smell of pumpkin pie are in the air.
Horoscopes tell you a lot of different things — your future career, who you’ll marry and even what you should have for breakfast tomorrow morning. More importantly, they tell you what lesson from grade school you most resemble that you used to consider pointless.
As we all become adults on this weird, wacky journey called life, we learn new things every day. At Wake Forest, you’re certain to learn more than at any other college — and I’m not talking about in the classroom.
WFU Theatre’s first show of the year is a tale of three sisters and presents the impacts of PTSD on relationships.
As a huge fan of FX’s hit T.V. show, “American Horror Story,” I was beyond excited for the premiere of the sixth season, “My Roanoke Nightmare,” released on Sept. 14.