Wallace will be missed dearly by the entire Wake Forest community.
The School of Business has adjusted their application requirements as a result of the global pandemic
Watch the Old Gold & Black’s exclusive interview with Currie about the new head coach of Wake Forest’s men’s basketball, Steve Forbes.
As Wake Forest is set to receive $3.4 million from federal aid legislation, the university announces changes to next year’s budget
Read the Old Gold & Black’s interview with Freshman Declan Sander below
To begin work in Bostwick and Johnson this summer, the university hired a company to pack up any items remaining in the residence halls
To record the experiences of students, faculty and staff during the COVID-19 pandemic, ZSR is accepting submissions to a Special Collections archive
Senate Resolution 7 allocated the remaining $200,000 in the Student Government budget to the COVID-19 Crisis Response Fund
Deacon Dining’s operations may have changed, but the worker’s care and dedication continues as they deliver groceries to students remaining on campus
Office of Sustainability continues to engage students, faculty and staff in virtual conversations about climate action during Earth Month
Many large-scale capital projects like the Luter renovation have been suspended, though some construction on campus will continue
The campus community united across the world for the Wake ‘N Shake event, which was hosted through social media platforms
As thousands of students mourn their time away from Wake Forest, the several hundred students who remain on campus struggle to create a new identity
Faculty, ZSR Library and Student Health Services are operating under new systems during remote learning
Although multiple funds have been set up to help Aramark, Budd Group and Follett employees, they are still filing for unemployment
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, graduating seniors will not be able to walk across the stage in May, but at a later date
The program allows local parents to use the university community as a resource to help their children remain academically engaged during remote learning
Many students were moved into rooms still housing personal belongings from former occupants
The university will continue to monitor the situation as fall 2020 semester abroad programs approach
As the COVID-19 outbreak becomes more widespread, fear and anxieties increase
Since then, other students living off campus have also tested positive for COVID-19
On Sunday March 22, Dean Michele Gillespie announced that the college would be offering a Spring 2020 Only Pass/Fail option to undergraduate students.
University enlightens students about the details of remote learning as students begin to prepare for their first online classes
The first virtual large group, which was held on Tuesday, March 17, was a success.
Online classes will be held through WebEx meetings or pre-recorded videos accompanied by assignments and exercises, depending on the preference of each professor.