"Covers the campus like the magnolias"

Old Gold & Black

Covers the campus like the magnolias
"Covers the campus like the magnolias"

Old Gold & Black

"Covers the campus like the magnolias"

Old Gold & Black

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Spring Musical Presents Relatable Themes

Kerrianne Riley April 12, 2018

Visually and vocally stunning, the Wake Forest cast of Spring Awakening left the audience in awe. This spring musical, written by Steven Sater and music by Duncan Sheik, finds its roots within the 19th-century...

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Learning How to Prioritize Self-Care

Kerrianne Riley February 15, 2018

Many of us make New Year’s Resolutions, filled with promises to treat our bodies and minds better. Come February we tend to lose motivation to fuel these resolutions. The issue here is not the lost February...

“Call Me By Your Name” Reinvents the Typical Love Story

Kerrianne Riley February 2, 2018

Summer love with a twist is how director Luca Guadagnino makes viewers dive into his 2017 Sundance hit Call Me by Your Name. The press it received at the Sundance Film Festival in 2017 established its...

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2018 Golden Globes Combined Politics and Pop Culture

Kerrianne Riley January 18, 2018

The Golden Globe Awards reached its 75th year celebrating American film and television Sunday, Jan. 7. The red carpet press for the event usually shows the line of celebrities, nominated or not, with their...

Taylor Swift builds a new “reputation”

Taylor Swift builds a new “reputation”

Kerrianne Riley November 17, 2017

Forget the prior eras of Taylor Swift. The long blonde locks, sparkly guitars, soft spoken love songs and even the 1989 phase are all long in the past. Swift takes a “shot in the dark” with her latest...

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Teenage singer releases second album

Kerrianne Riley November 10, 2017

Her name may sound familiar from a viral Facebook video, but Grace Vanderwaal is much more than that. At the mere age of 12, she won America’s Got Talent, and that was indeed “Just the Beginning.”...

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Dystopian play Far Away debuts close to home

Kerrianne Riley November 2, 2017

On Oct. 27, the Wake Forest Theatre department debuted their production of the dystopian play Far Away, attracting a widespread audience of parents, locals and students to the Ring Theatre. The horrifically...

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