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Thomas Poston: Politics & International Affairs

Thomas Poston: Politics & International Affairs
May 4, 2018

As sports fans follow their beloved teams with uncompromising loyalty, senior Thomas Poston lives and breathes politics — whether inside classrooms in Kirby hall, studying in Strasbourg, France or interning...

Hunter Hale: Mathematical Statistics

Hunter Hale: Mathematical Statistics
May 4, 2018

Hunter Hale strikes most in and outside the  classroom with his intelligence and math-focused brain. Whether in high-level statistics or economics courses, Hale has a uniqe passion for learning and understanding...

Tina Liu: Japanese

Tina Liu: Japanese
May 4, 2018

Coming to college as an international student is a daunting experience; leaving your home to move to a foreign country with a foreign language and a new culture is uncomfortable. Finding your place at...

Mairead Maderios: Finance

Mairead Maderios: Finance
May 4, 2018

A smiley, bubbly light often found in the depths of Farrell, Mairead Mederios is unique in her love for all things finance and mathematics. A senior Finance major, Mederios enjoys problem solving and analytical...

How to Save Money While Living On Campus

Olivia Field/Old Gold&Black
April 26, 2018

Graduating early because of student loans and living financially independent from my parents, money has always been an issue for me at Wake Forest. Surrounded by peers who hardly understand the value of...

The Intimate Sounds of the Newsroom

The Intimate Sounds of the Newsroom
April 19, 2018

Heather Hartel, former online managing editor, compiled her favorite sounds from the newsroom and created an audio story about the Old Gold & Black. Her time at the newspaper was some of the best...

Independence of the Wake Forest Review Examined

Independence of the Wake Forest Review Examined
April 19, 2018

“The Independent Newspaper at Wake Forest,” is how the Wake Forest Review self-brands itself as a student publication. Yet, with a nine-member, conservative Board of Directors and their status as part...

Graduating from College is a Financially Burdensome Experience

Graduating from College is a Financially Burdensome Experience
April 19, 2018

Upon telling all of my friends and peers that I’m graduating a year early, I always get the same reactions. Usually I’m asked “why,” followed up with a reminder that I’ll be “missing out on...

Deacon Spotlight: Hannah Betfort

Photo Courtesy of Hannah Betfort
April 19, 2018

Hannah Betfort is a freshman soccer player at Wake Forest, who recently finished  her first season of collegiate soccer. Betfort was recorded playing many strong games, especially for a freshman. She...

“You Are Not Safe Here”

Julia Haines/Old Gold&Black
April 12, 2018

An anonymous email sent to 194 students from three email accounts on Sunday evening titled “you are not safe here” issued certain demands to students and administration regarding campus life. A blog...

Circulating Email Raises Safety Concerns on Campus

Circulating Email Raises Safety Concerns on Campus
April 9, 2018

Becky Swig also contributed to this article.  An anonymous email sent to some Wake Forest students titled “you are not safe here” issued certain demands regarding campus life. A blog post with the...

Provost Kersh Addresses Faculty

Heather Hartel/Old Gold&Black
April 5, 2018

On the evening of Monday, April 2, Pugh Auditorium was filled almost to capacity with anticipatory chatter. The excited noise, however, was not from students talking with their peers; instead the room...

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