Now the senior class is waiting for answers about whether classes will return to an in-person format this semester and about graduation.
As the situation surrounding the novel coronavirus changes, the university continues to take precautions to protect community members.
The decision to cancel these programs comes in light of new guidelines published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) about how to mitigate the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
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.
At 8:40 p.m., news broke that the Utah Jazz and Oklahoma City Thunder game was postponed.
All event restrictions are intended to be effective through at least April 15, at which time more information will have been or will be communicated by the university.
Above, a microbiologist tests for for COVID-19
On Friday, RAs were informed that they would not receive pay for the duration of remote learning unless they were approved to stay on campus.
For these members of the university community, staying in their residence halls is the safest option both in terms of staying healthy and avoiding any issues with their status as visa-holders.
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.
On March 12, the university suspended all university-sponsored study abroad programs and the Wake Washington program.
The Office of the University Registrar informed students of changes to the academic advising and registration processes for the Summer 2020 and Fall 2020 semesters in an email on Friday, March 13.
Although we didn’t know it then, last week’s edition of the Old Gold & Black might be the final issue of the spring semester.
In response to the global coronavirus outbreak, Wake Forest announced in an email Wednesday evening that all courses will be moved to online instruction beginning March 23.
Students return to U.S. after the university suspended the study abroad program in Italy
Highly accomplished sophomore Lainey Drake was one of just 40 women from around the country selected for the prestigious Brooke Owens Fellowship.
Police report for the week of Feb. 27 to March 4
PREPARE held the event to support survivors of sexual assault
during Tie a Yellow Ribbon Week
Students will soon have a new dining option, with gourmet meals for reasonable prices
The candidate spoke in hopes of garnering more support before the primary
To promote sexual health on campus, condom dispensers will be placed in residence halls
The process of selecting a fraternity continues under the IFC expansion policy
North Carolinian Cunningham spoke at the university about his platform and upcoming race
Wake Forest is developing a plan to achieve carbon neutrality by 2040.