In reflecting on the national protests against police violence and racism, the Editorial Board of the Old Gold & Black calls on white students to be active in pushing for change and writes that the university must begin adopting tangible, anti-racist policies. (Photo Credit: November 1968. University Archives Photo Collection, ZSR Library)
Editor-in-chief Olivia Field reflects on the accomplishments of the Class of 2020
Each year, the Editorial Board of the Old Gold & Black interviews all of the
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.
The Editorial Board of The Old Gold & Black commends Student Government for organizing multiple efforts to increase sex health awareness on campus
The Editorial Board of the Old Gold & Black recognizes the need for the university community to actively participate in civil discourse surrounding 2020.
The Board of Trustees recently signed off on two monumental projects for the university, a second medical school in Charlotte and the College Academic Commons, a new building on Davis Field
As the university continues to build on its liberal arts foundation, the administration is also working to promote a college education as the ultimate segue into the professional world.
As Greek Life continues to be ever-present on campus, a group of female students has decided to organize a series of unaffiliated women meet-ups
As the world continues to come to grips with the effects of climate change, the
As we transition into a new decade, the Editorial Board of the Old Gold & Black is looking forward to a year filled with growth, innovation and a continued dedication to reporting on the events of our campus.
What a wild year it has been.
At this point in the semester, many Wake Forest students are starting to feel the
This semester, Deacon Dining has unveiled some new and ambitious food items in the Pit
All across the country, university administrations are beginning to reckon with a new reality: the
On Tuesday, the 68th anniversary of President Harry Truman breaking ground on Wake Forest’s new
A year ago, Wake Forest students returned to campus after the summer to find that
A year ago, led by Swedish schoolgirl and climate activist Greta Thunberg, young people around
Yesterday, hundreds of Wake Forest students from all years gathered in the Sutton Center for
Five years ago, Wake Forest introduced the Thrive initiative, designed to provide students with the
Last year, the Old Gold & Black introduced a new Science & Technology section intended
This semester, the Wake Forest campus has engaged in conversations regarding the university’s relationships with
On Monday, the South Florida Sun Sentinel was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for public service,
Last week, the Wake Forest Office of Admissions sent decision letters to applicants to the
Several of the gender and race-related controversies that have rocked Wake Forest’s campus over the