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"Covers the campus like the magnolias"

Old Gold & Black

"Covers the campus like the magnolias"

Old Gold & Black

ChatGPT is consistently evolving. For example, on FDOC, it could not make a joke about Auguste Comte. Now, it can.
ChatGPT has enormous potential...if you use it correctly
The AI chatbot can be an effective tool if you feed it the right information and questions
Hope Zhu, Staff Columnist • January 27, 2023
Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva is sworn in as Brazils president.
Brazil's new president has his work cut out for him
Lula must tackle issues ranging from insurrections to economic and environmental struggles
Lourdes Lopez, Staff Columnist • January 27, 2023
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Earth Sage is divided into multiple sections — laundry, kitchen, cleaning, beauty and health are all broken down into specific shelves and spaces within the store.
Explore Earth Sage, Winston-Salem's first refill, low-waste shop
The vision of Earth Sage is to cut municipal solid waste
Bella Ortley-Guthrie, Environment Editor • January 24, 2023
Despite efforts to decrease their impact on the planet, many grocery stores, like Publix, still use plastic bags.
How eco-friendly is your favorite Winston-Salem grocery store?
Examining the environmental practices and aims of grocery stores near campus
Addison Schmidt, Environment Editor • January 13, 2023
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A student rides a stationary bike during the read-in event.
Wake Forest hosts MLK Day read-in
The event was held on Wake Forest's campus for the first time since 2020
Daniel Parolini, News Editor • January 27, 2023
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Damari Monsanto attempts to block a shot. His 25 points kept Wake Forest in the game.
Cavaliers slay men's basketball at the Joel
Monsanto put up 25 in front of a historic crowd
Sean Kennedy, Assistant Sports Editor • January 25, 2023
Damari Monsanto attempts to block a shot. His 25 points kept Wake Forest in the game.
PHOTOS: Men's basketball falls to No. 10 Virginia
Cooper Sullivan, Senior Photographer • January 23, 2023
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Members of the archery club practice at Waterfall Field near Reynolda Village.
Keeping a bullseye on Archery Club
The Archery Club practices three days a week by Reynolda Village
Isabella Romine, Features Editor • January 26, 2023
Feldman, a senior Stamps Scholar, wants to work with the U.S. government for his career.
Deacon Profile: Tal Feldman
Feldman received a Schwarzman scholarship to study in China
Prarthna Batra, Staff Writer • January 18, 2023
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Puss in Boots: The Last Wish centers around themes of death, mental health and family.
'Puss in Boots: The Last Wish' successfully resurrects the Shrek universe
Dreamworks' reimagining of Puss in Boots is masterful
Ally Werstler, Staff Writer • January 27, 2023
In the winter months, there is less sunlight, which contributes to Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). Contributing writer Collyn Ballentine writes that it is important to take advantage of the sunlight, like going for a walk on Hearn Plaza.
Four tips for coping with symptoms of seasonal depression on Wake Forest’s campus
Seasonal affective disorder affects 10 million Americans every year
Collyn Ballentine, Contributing Writer • January 27, 2023
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