Old Gold & Black

Wake Forest retools gameday experience

Wake Forest retools gameday experience
September 24, 2020

When the clock hit zero, the Truist Field scoreboard marked a resounding 37-13 win for the Clemson Tigers over the Demon Deacons. Yet, as one of the many signs parked outside of the football stadium showed,...

Deacon Profile: Timothy Heath

Deacon Profile: Timothy Heath
September 17, 2020

Timothy Heath is the marching band director of the Spirit of the Old Gold & Black (SOTOGAB). After the band's successful performance during College GameDay, Heath is looking forward to a great season. Why...

Deacon Profile: Sarah Esstman

Deacon Profile: Sarah Esstman
August 27, 2020

Sarah McDonald Esstman has a Ph.D. in microbiology and immunity from Vanderbilt University Medical School and a B.S. in biology from Florida State University. Her academic interest in biology centers around...

Finding the right student organization for you

Finding the right student organization for you
August 14, 2020

This year, over 200 student organizations will deliver elevator pitches to students in short videos during a virtual student involvement fair.  With so many videos to watch and opportunities available,...

To Rush or Not to Rush: Pro-Greek Life

To Rush or Not to Rush: Pro-Greek Life
August 14, 2020

Formal recruitment for Greek organizations occurs at the beginning of the spring semester each year, so you have plenty of time to acclimate to campus life, weigh the pros and cons of rushing or not rushing...

Wake Forest welcomes local bakery to campus this fall

Wake Forest welcomes local bakery to campus this fall
August 5, 2020

Amid upcoming changes to dining services and the expansion of dining options on campus, Camino Bakery will replace Starbucks in ZSR Library and bring a unique local flavor to Reynolda Campus this fall. Camino...

Fall 2020 Study Abroad Programs Cancelled

Fall 2020 Study Abroad Programs Cancelled
June 22, 2020

On June 15, students who were planning to study abroad received an email notification that all study abroad programs planned for the fall 2020 semester had been cancelled due to growing concerns regarding...

Alexander Holt: Sociology

Wake Forest President's Aides headshots,  Tuesday, May 7, 2019. Alexander J. Holt ('20).
April 30, 2020

Alexander Holt had never heard of sociology before he came to Wake Forest.  Now, he is the first sociology major to win both the academic achievement and community engagement awards from the Department...

Caitlin Clarke: Psychology

Caitlin Clarke: Psychology
April 30, 2020

Hailing from Houston, Texas, Caitlin Clarke is a major in psychology and double minor in Spanish and neuroscience, as well as the libero for the varsity women’s volleyball team. She first became interested...

Emelyn Hatch: Classical Languages: Latin

Emelyn Hatch: Classical Languages: Latin
April 30, 2020

Senior Emelyn Hatch is from Peach Bottom, Pennsylvania and she is majoring in Classical Languages: Latin. She originally thought that she wanted to be a biology major when she came to campus, but she began...

IFC Launches Fund to Support COVID-19 Response

IFC Launches Fund to Support COVID-19 Response
April 28, 2020

Demonstrating the spirit of Pro Humanitate in the midst of a pandemic, the Interfraternity Council (IFC) established the Greeks Answering the Call of Pro Humanitate Fund to collect donations for COVID-19...

Student Creates Replica of Wake Forest Campus on Minecraft

Student Creates Replica of Wake Forest Campus on Minecraft
April 22, 2020

Having some extra free time on his hands thanks to remote learning and social distancing, Freshman Declan Sander has rediscovered his passion for building worlds on Minecraft. Recently, he built a virtual...

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