What does it mean to be the First Lady of the United States?
Change is a natural thing within life and especially so on a college campus.
You would think that a university motto’s meaning, the very essence of a university’s mission and purpose, would be common knowledge or at least warrant critical examination.
Generally, I get straight to the point in my opinion pieces in order to be concise and maintain my audience’s engagement.
Atheism is a word that carries with it a considerable burden.
According to the National Eating Disorders Association, full blown eating disorders are most likely to develop between the ages of 18-21.
Considering the exhausting progression of news dumps from the turbulent White House, open and honest conversations about politics have rarely been more important or more difficult to find.
In Wake Forest’s mission statement, the University states that it is “committed to sustaining an environment where vital beliefs and faith traditions can engage secular thought in a climate of academic freedom and an unfettered search for truth.”
The U.S. is not currently doing enough to assist the world’s poor.
Coming to college is very scary — we all know that.
The 2010s have been paramount years in renewed interest in manned space flight.
The Wake Forest student body is dormant on the pressing issue of climate change.
What are you going to do with a theatre degree? How will dance help you in the future? What’s your backup plan? As a theatre major and dance minor, I have received these questions countless times from older professionals through their somewhat gritted teeth.
Lying in bed before I fall asleep, I often have some of my most profound thoughts.
Four years never seemed like they would fly by this quickly. A mysterious unknown with endless possibilities suddenly lies ahead. Before we make that transition, I have a few messages I would like to deliver.
In last week’s edition of the OGB, there was an opinion piece by Zachary Rhines which argued that ‘white privilege’ does not exist and that actions are the primary determinant of success in America.
In the spirited and necessary debate surrounding the Charles Koch Foundation (CKF) donation to the Eudaimonia Institute, there have been many perspectives brought to light.
There was no way to look at all the information polls were telling us in 2016 and not walk away with the conclusion that Hillary Clinton was anything other than a favorite.
Now that Neil Gorsuch is officially a Justice of the Supreme Court, it’s worth considering in a concrete way what his presence might mean for the future of American law.
Long before the Declaration of Independence was even a glimmer in the eyes of our Founding Fathers, the successful, young Philadelphia printer Benjamin Franklin developed a plan for first public library in America.
It’s that time of year again, where many people flock to their lighters in celebration of 4/20. However, this is illegal in most places in the U.S. and there’s no good reason for that. The popular opposition is entirely fueled by outdated moral codes with no practical explanation beyond the beliefs of some people far […]
At the end of last semester, I gave a presentation as part of a class requirement. In this presentation, I posited the argument that the government should not be in the business of regulating speech, regardless of how “hateful” some may perceive certain speech.
At its core, a proportionally representative system is one that should naturally represent an entire population demographically.
Public education in North Carolina is at a crossroads.
The Pepsi commercial featuring Kendall Jenner is just another thing that has gotten social media riled up recently.