Senior sprinter and hurdler Hunter Roberts has her eyes set on breaking school records before she graduates, but her legacy at Wake Forest will reach far beyond the track.
The print version of the January 26th edition of the Old Gold and Black will be released to the stands on January 30th due to the fact that it revealed the artist for the spring concert.
Two recent incidents remind students to always exercise caution when venturing beyond the Wake Forest bubble.
Remember that artist who used to rap about “Kool-Aid and Frozen Pizza,” the Nikes on his feet and about Donald Trump’s wealth? Mac Miller has held a place in the hearts of many rap and hip-hop listeners for years.
It has been one year since Wake Forest alum Alyshah Aziz’s dream of a bike-sharing program on campus became a reality.
Starting college is scary. Suddenly, you’re living in a new place away from home for the first time with new people and new experiences. It’s overwhelming, and you’re almost guaranteed to be hit by homesickness at least once in your first semester, if not more.
On March 29, the Editorial Board of the Old Gold & Black met with the various candidates running for executive positions within Student Government for the next academic year.