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

Old Gold & Black

"Covers the campus like the magnolias"

Old Gold & Black

The Reynolda Campus is inaccessible for those with disabilities or injuries, writes Isabella Romine.

Accessibility on campus must be improved

Isabella Romine, Contributing Columnist October 21, 2022

Picture this: it’s the day after your intramural flag football game. Heads were busted, names were called, and, if you’re a member of Kappa Delta, one of your three teams just destroyed the opponents...

Adam Levines texts reveal dark secrets.

Should Adam Levine still be loved?

Kathrine Kiersted, Contributing Writer September 30, 2022

When I was 10 years old, Maroon Five’s “She Will Be Loved” played on repeat on my iPod touch at all times. The only member of the band I ever actually recognized was Adam Levine, the band’s lead...

The Puerto Rican peoples plight

The Puerto Rican people’s plight

Pierce Sandlin, Contributing Writer September 29, 2022

In 2017, Hurricane Maria made landfall as a Category 4 hurricane, devastating the island of Puerto Rico. Many of the amenities that most Americans take for granted were lost, with some areas of the island...

After the clean power plan is denied, what is the future of our environment?

After the clean power plan is denied, what is the future of our environment?

Aaron Nataline, Sports Editor September 28, 2022

In a continuation of the concerning trend of ruling against public opinion, on June 30, the Supreme Court concluded its ruling on the case of West Virginia v. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). In...

David Link tends to his bees at Campus Garden.

Pollen, pollinators and people

Addison Schmidt, Staff Writer September 22, 2022

It’s a tale that many of us first heard in elementary school science: a bee flies onto a flower, sucks nectar from the flower’s center, collects pollen on its body and quickly moves on to the next...

Midfielder Lyndon Wood waves at the crowd during an away game.

The push for destigmatization of mental health support for athletes

Addison Berry, Staff Writer September 22, 2022

As the concern for NCAA athlete mental health issues sparks conversation across the nation, the Wake Forest Sports’ Psychology department and athletes reflect on new mental health-related initiatives...

The Wake Forest Mens Soccer Team high-five the Spry crowd after a home victory. The Demon Deacons have been ranked top five nationally in attendance each year since 2015

Demon Deacons sit atop national rankings

Aaron Nataline, Sports Editor September 22, 2022

The Demon Deacons collected another pair of wins this past weekend to go along with the United Soccer Coaches Poll ranking Wake Forest at No. 1. In other words, the team dominated the competition...

In Memoriam: Raymond Stout

In Memoriam: Raymond Stout

Breanna Laws, Staff Writer September 14, 2022

On Sept. 2, Wake Forest University Police Officer Raymond "Ray" Stout died at the age of 75. A funeral service was held on Sept. 7, and Stout was laid to rest at Olivet Moravian Church. Staff members...

The mens soccer team is now ranked No. 4 in the nation.

Men’s soccer, now No. 4 in the nation, is dominating the field

Aaron Nataline, Sports Editor September 14, 2022

The men’s soccer team is now ranked No. 4 in the nation, and the Demon Deacons’ last two matches showed why they deserve to be so close to the top. . Men’s soccer secured two impressive wins to bring...

A photograph of a football player receiving a trophy

Tracking Demon Deacons in the NFL

Aaron Nataline, Sports Editor September 8, 2022

With the return of college football season, there is an inescapable current of excitement in seeing the Demon Deacons take the field this year. The crackling energy surrounding the new season is...

A photograph of a mother and her child

Children need to be protected on public platforms

Breanna Laws, Staff Columnist September 8, 2022

Though harmless in its intentions, posting children on highly popularized platforms may cause more harm than good. Recently, a controversy over the TikTok account @wren.eleanor has many parents...

A photograph from the Lam Museum

Anthropology exhibit highlights the Chinese international student experience

Kathleen Kerr, Staff Writer September 7, 2022

Class of 2022 alumna Hex Li worked with Wake Forest University’s Timothy S. Y. Lam Museum of Anthropology to open the exhibit she curated, “Guī Shù Gǎn: Belonging and Isolation in the WFU Chinese...

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