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Ryan Gosling delivered a humorous performance as “Ken” in the “Barbie” movie. (Courtesy of Business Insider)
In defense of Ken
Some of the criticism around the 'Barbie' Oscar snubs are unjustified
Kenley McClure, Staff Columnist • February 19, 2024
Wake Forest students, specifically those in sororities who boast philanthropy, pretend to care about Pro Humanitate and creating positive change in the world, but what they actually like to do is tear others down for not being good enough in their eyes.
Greek life controls the social narrative at Wake Forest
You should not be defined by your organization’s social ranking
Walker Newman, Staff Columnist • February 18, 2024
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Nothing else says true love like a unique gift made by willing, environmentally conscious participants!
The commercial cupid: Don’t get struck!
How holiday consumerism is breaking the hearts of many environmentalists
Mia Springer, Staff Writer • February 10, 2024
Although companies like Spotify are taking steps to reduce environmental effects, it has yet to be shown to solve the issue.
Sustainable sounds: is music more eco-friendly now?
Examining if the emergence of streaming platforms has helped the climate crisis
Towne Moores, Staff Writer • February 9, 2024
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By lighting Wait Chapel and posting yard signs, Student Government hopes to send a message of support to students who may be struggling.
Wake Forest student government passes resolution in support of Eating Disorders Awareness Week
Student government passes resolution to illuminate Wait Chapel
Skyler Villamar-Jones, Senior Writer • February 16, 2024
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Starting pitcher Chase Burns (29) started his Demon Deacon career on fire, fanning 10 batters en route to a dominant first appearance.
(Courtesy of Wake Forest Athletics)
Demon Deacons nearly shut out Illinois behind Burns’ debut
Andrew Braun, Sports Editor • February 20, 2024

No. 1 Wake Forest continued to start its season with a showcase of heaping talent at the mound, defeating Illinois 5-2 on Saturday.  The...

The Three to Four Ounces office is located in Benson University Center on the fifth floor. During the COVID-19 pandemic, the literary magazine did not publish a print edition. A new generation of editorial board members considered the publication’s past to revamp its content for new audiences.
Three to Four Ounces finds inspiration in its history
Editorial board of Wake Forest's oldest literary magazine seeks new audience
Natasha Heisenberg, Features Editor • February 9, 2024
Library Specialist Peter Romanov poses in between the stacks in ZSR. Romanov has worked at the library for over 25 years.
Peter Romanov: Librarian, graduate and son
The well-known figure in ZSR balances a full work schedule with caring for his mother
Evan Harris, Multimedia Director • February 8, 2024
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My biggest critique of the film is that everyone involved seemed like they each had different ideas of what movie they were making. (Courtesy of Paramount)
“Mean Girls” hits a sour note
The 2024 film seems confused in where it belongs
Kenley McClure, Staff Writer • February 12, 2024
Steele frequently employed metaphors and imagery of trapped birds in cages to describe his visual artistry work of the inmates. (Courtesy of Grant Baldwin)
Lorenzo Steele Jr. offers a sobering look into the American prison system
The 'Behind These Prison Walls' author's work was recently on display at Scales Fine Arts Center
Prarthna Batra, Senior Writer • February 9, 2024
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