Old Gold & Black

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University announces intention to rename building, yet again
University announces intention to rename building, yet again
Following an outpouring of opposition, university administrators announced that the hall formerly known as Wingate will be re-named once more
Aine Pierre, News Editor • June 1, 2021
The University Counseling Center will lose two more counselors once the spring semester comes to a close, but Incoming Director Dr. Warrenetta Mann is confident the university can fill those positions by the beginning of the Fall 2021 Semester.
UCC slated to lose two more counselors over the summer
The University Counseling Center, already short-staffed, sees even more departures
Alexandra Karlinchak, Editor-in-Chief • April 29, 2021
University announces new art award
University announces new art award
Emily Toro, Staff Writer • April 29, 2021
Amoureux’s class model involves inviting the authors of class readings to speak over Zoom so that students can ask questions related to the readings.
New politics class receives NEH grant money
Cooper Sullivan, Assistant News Editor • April 29, 2021
Teach-ins, which helped galvanize the youth activist movements of yesteryear, are the focus of the Sociology 390 class final project.
Sociology class holds teach-ins
Aine Pierre, News Editor • April 29, 2021
Deacon Profile: Chris Gilliam
Deacon Profile: Chris Gilliam
Caroline Walker, Staff Writer • April 29, 2021
Plant-based dining has increased in popularity at Wake Forest, especially after the introduction of the Vegan Station at the Pit four years ago.
Four years in, plant-forward dining is a success
Margaret Bolt, Contributing Writer • April 29, 2021
Student Government Report from April 27
Student Government Report from April 27
Jessica Schmidt, SG Beat Reporter • April 29, 2021
Student Government Report from April 20
Student Government Report from April 20
Jessica Schmidt, SG Beat Reporter • April 22, 2021
Field poses with her fellow executive editors, Emily Beauchamp and Elizabeth Maline, after the completion of the Fall 2020 Semester
Olivia reflects on time with the OGB
Former editor-in-Chief remarks on the tremendous effect the Old Gold & Black had on her college experience
Olivia Field, Senior Writer • April 29, 2021
Deacon Profile: Chris Gilliam
Deacon Profile: Chris Gilliam
Caroline Walker, Staff Writer • April 29, 2021
Deacon Profile: Anna Price
Deacon Profile: Anna Price
Emily Toro, Staff Writer • April 22, 2021
Deacon Profile: Jim Mussetter
Deacon Profile: Jim Mussetter
Caroline Walker, Staff Writer • April 15, 2021
Deacon Profile: Michelle Gillespie
Deacon Profile: Michelle Gillespie
Julia Ochsenhirt, Assistant News Editor • April 8, 2021
Promoting the arts amidst COVID-19
Promoting the arts amidst COVID-19
Virtual performances on campus have allowed for live entertainment for students
Aine Pierre, News Editor • April 29, 2021
Diving into the meaning behind concept albums
Diving into the meaning behind concept albums
Concept album like “American Idiot” experiments with allegorical storytelling
Taylor Schutt, Staff Writer • April 29, 2021
COVID-19 pushes students to their limit
COVID-19 pushes students to their limit
Students are overwhelmed with the strenuous effects caused by virtual learning
Anson Walldorf, Contributing Writer • April 29, 2021
The atmosphere of campus was different for incoming students who navigated through different and often confusing COVID-19 regulations.
The freshman experience amidst a pandemic
Student Taylor Schutt reflects on a year of twists and turns as she learns how to navigate the pandemic and her experience as a freshman in unfamiliar territory
Taylor Schutt, Staff Writer • April 29, 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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