One of Wake Forest’s most treasured events is next week, and its being talked about in every corner of campus.
From the Student Government Senator Matthew David (‘20) “Attached below is the document of the resolution to edit the Student Code of Conduct. In the resolution itself, the language that we are adding is underlined and the wording we are eliminating is crossed out. Below is the language that would be codified if all suggestions […]
Presidential elections occupy most of the media spotlight, and near-constant breaking news from the White House often crowds out other political affairs.
If you’ve recently read the opinion section of the Old Gold & Black, you would have notice that a few of the previous columns have been love letters, so to say.
I was sitting and thinking, when it occurred to me that I inhabit a kind of ideological conflict, and that there exists something peculiar in the way I operate my thoughts about the world. They are bifurcated.
Are electric cars good for the environment? The answer seems pretty obvious, but last Thursday’s talk by Professor Stephen Holland — an economist and one of the world’s foremost authorities on electric vehicles — calls that into question. Before Professor Holland’s talk, I was one of millions hyped about the potential for electric cars. France, […]
It’s been a long week. Not as in busy, but as in depressing.
Over the summer, as Virginia prepared to elect its governor, I was fortunate to see Democratic candidate Lt. Gov. Ralph Northam at a debate with primary opponent Tom Perriello and at a rally in my home city of Alexandria.
This letter follows up on your article in OG&B “Circulated emails cause campus concern.”
As this week marks the advising period for students to meet with their faculty adviser and pick their courses for next semester, many students have been evaluating different majors and minors.
At the beginning of freshman year of college, it often seemed like everyone else found their best friends immediately.
As a second semester freshman in college, it’s easy to feel hopeless about your social situation.
Dear Wake Forest, I write to you as an exceptionally grateful senior, who is currently strongly ambivalent — heartfelt feelings in both directions — about graduating this fall.
Considering how fast paced and routine based millennials are, it surprises me how Moe’s Southwest Grill would change something as sacred as their menu.
A few weeks ago, after Hurricane Maria, Hurricane Harvey, the Las Vegas Shooting, extreme monsoons in India and all sorts of man-made and natural disasters wrought international havoc, often affecting our own Demon Deacons, Wake Forest Student Government’s executive board decided to act.
On this episode of not enough is being done about misogyny and our society is too advanced to be stuck in patriarchal control, my classmates exhibited a fundamental misunderstanding of what sexual assault is.
As we have previously reported, the university has recently launched a year-long project titled Rethinking Community, which is a campus-wide effort to create a better understanding of the implications of living in a diverse, polarized, global and virtual community.
Kyle Ferrer remarked one Old Gold & Black production night that he hoped he would receive love letters as a response to his new and improved opinion section head shot.
“New censorship on campus,” “Free Speech Codes,” “Safe Spaces”—these headlines are plastered all over national and local media regarding censorship on modern college campuses.
Since being at Wake Forest I’ve acquainted myself with and befriended several athletes.
Massacre, defined by the Oxford dictionary as “an indiscriminate and brutal slaughter of many people,” is a word with a powerful, inflammatory connotation.
As a liberal arts major it is a bold and somewhat self-effacing statement to say our age is too philosophical, a) because in the sense of reading Kant, it really isn’t, and b) because on the surface it undermines my entire operation.
In high school, I had a teacher who always emphasized “the love of learning.” I had never really thought about that idea until he said it — classes were always a stepping stone for something else, like getting a good grade to boost your GPA for college.
In response to the NFL’s rule changes and ongoing national anthem protests, President Donald Trump openly spoke out against the protesters on Friday Sept. 22, calling on the owners of the teams to fire those who kneel on the field during the national anthem.
I was pretty annoyed while writing each of my opinion pieces. Even though I love to express politics and try to bring attention to issues that many others don’t see, I’m still frustrated by one thing: people refuse to listen.