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Class of 2020 returns to campus for commencement
Graduates enjoyed a weekend of traditional festivities 16 months after formally graduating
Aine Pierre, News Editor • September 18, 2021
More than two weeks following the protest on Aug. 28, campus leaders are working to effect change in the way the university handles its culture of interpersonal violence.
Behind the university’s response to 8/28
After a protest on Aug. 28, students and university officials are trying to maintain momentum for change
Alexandra Karlinchak, Editor-in-Chief • September 16, 2021
UCC hires new therapist, more hires coming soon
UCC hires new therapist, more hires coming soon
Chase Bagnall Koger, Contributing Writer • September 16, 2021
Deacon Profile: Austin Torain
Deacon Profile: Austin Torain
Cooper Sullivan, Assistant News Editor • September 16, 2021
The If You’re Reading This website features letters from those who have struggled with mental health issues. There are currently three letters posted on the site.
If You’re Reading This launches WFU chapter
Ben Conroy, Print Managing Editor • September 16, 2021
Wake Forest and Winston-Salem State University students joined first responders from Forsyth County at Truist Field on Saturday.
Wake Forest, W-S State honor 9/11 victims
Hannah Abernethy, Staff Writer • September 16, 2021
The Organization of Latin Students and other organizations on campus has a long lineup of events to celebrate Latinx Heritage Month, which spans from Sept. to Oct. 15.
OLAS celebrates Latinx Heritage Month
Sophie Guymon, Staff Writer • September 16, 2021
Malcolm Gladwell speaks at WFU
Malcolm Gladwell speaks at WFU
Caroline Walker, Contributing Writercc • September 16, 2021
Police Beat
Police Beat
September 16, 2021
The Old Gold & Black’s September 13 issue featured extensive coverage of the attacks and aftermath on campus.
Reflecting on September 11, 2001 on campus
Aine Pierre, News Editor • September 9, 2021
The Safer Sex Express, which launched last spring, now hopes to expand its coverage beyond traditional contraceptives and into the world of menstrual products and safe sex education.
Safer Sex Express campaign restarting
Sophie Guymon, Staff Writer • September 9, 2021
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Wake Forest defeats Norfolk State
Essex Thayer, Sports Editor • September 16, 2021
Michael K. Williams passes away
Michael K. Williams passes away
A remembrance of Michael K. Williams — an actor who trail-blazed the role of the anti-hero
Conor Metzger, Staff Columnist • September 16, 2021
President Joe Biden visits National Institute of Health
Biden administration lacks accountability
Connor McNeely, Opinion Editor • September 16, 2021
Consumers confronted with ethical dilemma
Consumers confronted with ethical dilemma
Adam Coil, Contributing Columnist • September 16, 2021
Deacon Profile: Austin Torain
Deacon Profile: Austin Torain
Cooper Sullivan, Assistant News Editor • September 16, 2021
Deacon Profile: Kristina Gupta
Deacon Profile: Kristina Gupta
Cooper Sullivan, Assistant News Editor • September 9, 2021
Deacon Profile: Edric Toro Espinosa
Deacon Profile: Edric Toro Espinosa
Cooper Sullivan, Assistant News Editor • September 2, 2021
Deacon Profile: Gabbie Coffy
Deacon Profile: Gabbie Coffy
Aine Pierre, News Editor • August 26, 2021
Life through the lens - Maahla Fofack
Life through the lens - Maahla Fofack
Maahla Fofack, Contributing Writer • September 16, 2021
Tiny Meat Gang, a podcast, came from the success of the duo’s video essays.
The beauty of the YouTube video essay
A meta genre of the YouTube community, video essays came from criticism of the platform
Adam Coil, Contributing Writer • September 16, 2021
This satellite image of the Earth supports the notion of a flat planet.
New society emerges: Flat Earth
The Flat Earth Society consists of a dedicated group of hardworking individuals
Selinna Tran, Life Editor • September 16, 2021
"Super Smash Bros. Melee" was released in 2001 and perseveres as an iconic game.
"Super Smash Bros. Melee" remains a fan favorite
"Super Smash Bros." event in Sandusky, Ohio provides missed sense of unity and fulfillment for Nintendo enthusiasts of niche Smash installment
Isabella Mason, Staff Writer • September 16, 2021
According to scientists, billions of Brood X cicadas will emerge this summer.
Billions of cicadas will emerge this summer
The emergence of Brood X is an entomologist’s Super Bowl, but a nightmare for silence lovers
Julia Ochsenhirt, Assistant News Editor • April 29, 2021
Many Indians are being turned away from hospitals, as there are no beds left. Those lucky enough to be admitted to the hospital may have to share beds.
India confronts COVID-19 disaster
Josh Singh, Contributing Writer • April 29, 2021
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