A true liberal arts education allows students to pursue passions outside of their strictly academic interests and ensures the integration of thought across many disciplines. Wake Forest is no stranger to this school of thought, and as a result, its community is well-rounded and cross-disciplinary in its approach to research and learning.
At the end of last semester, we reflected on the school year. We wrote about what our goals were for 2017-2018 and what we as a student-run newspaper aim to do. Our aim is to be the voice and channel for students, to report the facts, to be the avenue for students to share what […]
One of the main goals for the Old Gold & Black in 2018 is to engage more with the campus, both in the print edition and online. While no paper is perfect, the aims for the OGB are: to be the voice and channel for students, to report the facts, to be the avenue for […]
A privilege that comes with a position on the Editorial Board of the Old Gold & Black is the opportunity to meet with and question President Hatch roughly once a month. President Hatch is a great sport in these engagements, and while we work to keep the meetings lighthearted, inevitably some difficult questions are asked. […]