Old Gold & Black

New OGB Leadership Prepares For The Year

New OGB Leadership Prepares For The Year
January 16, 2020

As we transition into a new decade, the Editorial Board of the Old Gold & Black is looking forward to a year filled with growth, innovation and a continued dedication to reporting on the events of...

Ben Conroy, Sports Editor

Ben Conroy, Sports Editor
January 15, 2020

Ben is a first-year student from Dayton, Ohio and intends on majoring in Communications with a minor in Journalism. In his free time, he enjoys reading, playing basketball and frequenting the campus...

Will Zimmerman, Sports Editor

Will Zimmerman, Sports Editor
January 15, 2020

Will is a sophomore from New York and is unsure about what he wants to study at Wake. His favorite New York sports teams are the Rangers, Yankees and Jets, but these days he finds himself following the...

Elizabeth Maline, Online Managing Editor

Elizabeth Maline, Online Managing Editor
January 14, 2020

Elizabeth Maline is a senior from Tenafly, New Jersey majoring in Communication and double minoring in Politics and International Affairs and Journalism. You'll often see her running across campus trying...

OGB Executive Editors Reflect On Their Time

OGB Executive Editors Reflect On Their Time
December 5, 2019

What a wild year it has been. As 2019 draws to a close, that is a sentiment shared among people all over the world, including on Wake Forest's campus. The end of 2019 also marks the end of the current...

Senior Fifth Should Be Approached With Caution

Senior Fifth Should Be Approached With Caution
November 21, 2019

On Saturday, the Demon Deacons will be taking on the Duke Blue Devils in what will be a challenging rivalry matchup. Before the game begins, many Wake Forest seniors will likely be participating in a challenge...

Ocean Documentary Makes Waves

Ocean Documentary Makes Waves
November 21, 2019

On Tuesday evening, students, biology professors, Sustainability Office representatives and more gathered in Pugh Auditorium for an event hosted by the Ocean Marine Conservation Club (OMCC). The event...

Grading Scales Should Be Standardized

Grading Scales Should Be Standardized
November 14, 2019

At this point in the semester, many Wake Forest students are starting to feel the stress of exams and final grades. In an environment as academically oriented and motivated at Wake Forest, many Demon Deacons...

Deacon Dining Should Go Back To Basics

Deacon Dining Should Go Back To Basics
November 7, 2019

This semester, Deacon Dining has unveiled some new and ambitious food items in the Pit — such as UpDog Kombucha on tap, Krispy Kreme burgers and vegan pumpkin porridge. The Editorial Board of the Old...

Ban May Not Be Answer To Rampant JUULing

Ban May Not Be Answer To Rampant JUULing
October 31, 2019

All across the country, university administrations are beginning to reckon with a new reality: the prevalent use of e-cigarettes on their campuses, particularly JUULs. The devices, which utilize a heating...

“Michigan Daily” Deserves Celebration

October 24, 2019

On Oct. 19, in an article entitled "When the Student Newspaper is the Only Daily Paper in Town," The New York Times reported on a serious responsibility that many college newspapers across the country...

We Must Recognize The Benefits Of Fundraising

We Must Recognize The Benefits Of Fundraising
October 17, 2019

On Tuesday, the 68th anniversary of President Harry Truman breaking ground on Wake Forest's new campus in Winston-Salem, the university announced that the Wake Will Lead campaign had surpassed its goal...

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