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The 2023 Graduation Edition

Every year, the Old Gold & Black profiles a distinguished graduate from each major

Every spring, the Old Gold & Black publishes its graduation edition, a 28-page tabloid that tells the story of one esteemed graduate-to-be from every academic major at Wake Forest. These majors all have a unique story to tell, whether of excellence in the classroom, finding passion in an extracurricular activity, navigating love and loss or maybe even all of the above. Though their experiences at Wake Forest may have been drastically different, the seniors below, who are listed in alphabetical order by major, are some of the best and brightest of the Class of 2023. They are all part of a class, as Editor-in-Chief Christa Dutton wrote in her letter from the editor, that has left Wake Forest better than they found it. 

We hope you enjoy reading.

Editor’s Note: The following majors did not have any graduates from the Class of 2023: African American studies, applied statistics and German.

Accountancy: Maddie Zietsman
Anthropology: Gabby Valencia
Applied Mathematics: J De Oliveira Pinheiro
Art History: Jessy Ren
Biochemistry & Molecular Biology: Samantha Robinson
Biology: Joy Oguama
Biophysics: Cameron May
Business and Enterprise Management: Sarah Gerlach
Chemistry: Juliano Ribeiro Filho
Chinese Language and Culture: Kyle Smith
Classical Languages: Gray Rucker
Classical Studies: Maddie Koontz
Communication: Maddie Faria
Computer Science: AJ Aizpurua
Critical and Creative Media: Parker Beverly
Economics: Tal Feldman
Elementary Education: Caroline Fahringer
Engineering: Julia Powers
English: Maren Beverly
Environmental and Sustainability Studies: Meredith Power
Environmental Science: Charlotte Ramirez
Finance: Lily Farr
French Studies: Lillian Giles
German Studies: Sydney Glickson
Health and Exercise Science: Robbie Grace
History: Katie Fox
Interdisciplinary Studies: Will Zimmermann
Mathematical Business: Gracie Stanek
Mathematical Economics: Andrew Keller
Mathematics: Molly Blackburn
Music Performance: Alice Hauser
Philosophy: Rachel Edwards
Physics: Ariana Yu
Politics & International Affairs: Elizabeth Seagroves
Psychology: Roscoe Bell
Religious Studies: Conor Metzger
Russian: Madison Stafford
Sociology: Dianna LaTerra
Spanish: Maddie Alexanian
Statistics: Elizabeth MacDonald
Studio Arts: Ziyan Zhang
Theatre: Nicole Liu
Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies: Ashley Davis

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