Elizabeth Sarkel, a junior biochemistry and molecular biology major from Columbus, Ohio, has been named a 2017 Barry S. Goldwater Scholar for excellence in science.
Senior Cazandra Rebollar, a Magnolia Scholar and first-generation college student, has made her mark on Wake Forest and the Winston-Salem community through her engagement with the Latino community.
“I love the Pit” is not what you usually hear from Wake Forest students.
Junior, Rob Oswald, sees individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) as who they are — people.
Senior Amanda Kim, an education major with a minor in health and human services, appears to have a typical college experience.
Sophomore Myers McKinney, from Spartanburg, South Carolina, is recognized around campus for playing the piano outside of Subway, and more recently, in Benson.
Senior Charlie Januszewski, better known to those who find him on Spotify as “Charlie Brennan,” will spend his Friday differently than most college students. His latest album, “The Last Time,” will be available to all listeners to showcase his vocal, lyrical and producing skills. How did you first get involved in music? Well, I took […]
On a typical day, you’re likely to find senior Angela Harper in one of her favorite environments — the physics lab. Lately though, she’s been gracing the pages of press releases.
Billy Hamilton, a Russian Professor and member of local bluegrass band Unbroken Circle, has been a member of the Wake Forest community for over 30 years.
Jamerdon Dean, known to most by his artist name Dean Chatham, is a senior planning to release the final project of his hip-hop series entitled “Dean’s List” before he graduates in Spring 2017.
Nick Raefski is a sophomore planning to major in economics and political science, which are seemingly standard selections considering his many different interests.
Name: Melissa Libutti Position: News Editor Major/Minor: English/Journalism How did you get started at the Old Gold & Black? It was actually very spur of the moment for me. I had never even thought about pursuing journalism or being involved on a newspaper. Coming back from abroad my spring semester of my junior year, […]
Sarah Rudasill is a familiar face around campus. As the president of Student Union, a student trustee on the Board of Trustees and a member of APO service fraternity, she keeps busy with extracurricular events. Rudasill is from New Oxford, Pennsylvania and is an economics major.
Junior Suyash Keshari has a passion that has garnered awards in international Smithsonian competitions and magazine covers and features, as well as brought him face-to-face with the most ferocious and exquisite creatures of the wild.
Wubetu Shimelash is a freshman originally from Ethiopia. He moved to the U.S. three years ago after an experience with Blake Mycoskie, the founder of Tom’s Shoes, in his hometown.
Aishwarya Nagar took a leap of faith as a senior in high school when she was deciding where she wanted to attend college.
A familiar face on campus, Dr. Kirt Gonzales is much more than a Starbucks barista.
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.
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 […]
Peggy Noonan has written eight books and currently works as a columnist for the Wall Street Journal. She also worked as a speech writer for President Ronald Reagan.
Ernest Milliner is exactly that, earnest. As many students will attest, he is one of the friendliest people on this campus.