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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

2022 Graduation Tabloid

2022 Graduation Tabloid

Editorial Staff April 28, 2022

Every year, the Old Gold & Black features a graduating nominee from each major. These majors are the exemplars of the departments from which they are graduating, but all of them have a unique story...

Old Gold & Black Year in Review

Old Gold & Black Year in Review

April 28, 2022

The 2021-2022 academic year, especially the spring semester, was a time of great change and challenge for both Wake Forest and the Old Gold & Black. Here is what our editors had to say about what their...

The organization connects members to jobs and fosters professional connections.

Building community by Bridging the Gap

Bella Ortley-Guthrie, Staff Writer April 21, 2022

Collaborative, innovative, flexible, understanding and supportive; these are the words that come to the minds of Wake Forest students Mason Goodwyn and Savant Patel when thinking about Bridging the Gap....

From right to left, Jon Krouse, Chris Tsetsekos and David Graham have dedicated the past several years to designing and testing Fuzemee before launching it to the public.

FuzeMee comes to Wake Forest University

Chase Bagnall-Koger, Features Editor April 21, 2022

 As classrooms fill up with new students and clubs begin their beginning-of-year recruitment with their posters and brightly-colored club fair tents, new students are bombarded with a variety of interesting...

Six Hundred Degrees boasts a live fire kitchen and a variety of unique dishes.

Six Hundred Degrees provides upscale dining in Winston-Salem

Sophia Marcheli, Contributing Writer April 21, 2022

 Winston-Salem’s Innovation Quarter has its newest addition: an upscale restaurant with a live-fire kitchen and bar. After working for both River Birch Lodge and Willow’s Bistro and planning for...

The North Star LGBTQ Community Center provides a space to connect.

North Star provides community for LGBTQ+ residents

Abby Furman, Staff Writer April 20, 2022

What does it look like to create space for LGBTQ individuals in a mid-sized town in the American South? North Star LGBTQ Community Center, located on Burke Street in Winston-Salem, seeks to answer this...

Features covered many events, such as Earth Month.

Wake Forest celebrates Earth Month

Una Wilson, Assistant Features Editor April 20, 2022

 You might be an artist, or maybe you enjoy dancing. Perhaps you are an entrepreneur, a business owner or an engineer. You may be a poet, a film critic, a chef, a question-asker, a leader, a learner —...

The 20th DESK event in 2019 saw over 400 Wake Forest students, faculty and staff come out to Poteat Field to paint 42 desks.

DESK provides opportunity for educational outreach

Addison Schmidt, Contributing Writer April 14, 2022

 Discovering Education through Student Knowledge, or DESK, is an annual spring festival hosted at Wake Forest where students, parents and their children come together to design and paint new desks to...

The somewhat-hidden retention pond sits near the Innovation Quarter downtown.

Retention pond downtown protects the city

Mason Johnson, Contributing Writer April 13, 2022

 Walking past Wake Downtown, you find yourself on Long Branch Trail, with a hill to your left and downtown Winston-Salem to your right. Over that hill is a large, grassy field and a pond. You might think,...

Wahl competes on Season 33 of Survivor.

Deacon Profile: Will Wahl

Christa Dutton, News Editor April 13, 2022

Will Wahl is a 24-year-old 2L student at Wake Forest University School of Law and a former contestant on the reality television show “Survivor”. In 2016, Wahl appeared on the show’s 33rd season,...

Wake Forest has put up Deactown signs downtown.

Is Winston-Salem becoming a college town?

Mason Johnson, Contributing Writer April 7, 2022

Christopher Livengood, a partner at EMBER Audio + Design and a lifelong city resident, credits restaurant owners and artists with the revitalization of downtown. So when he saw signs from Wake Forest University...

Students in “Living in Color” visit the Southeastern Center for Community Art to view the Black@Intersection exhibit as part of their curriculum.

‘Living in Color’ raises awareness of diversity

Addison Schmidt, Contributing Writer April 7, 2022

It was six years ago when Dr. Teresa Sanhueza, a Spanish professor at Wake Forest since 1996, and her former colleague John Friedenberg in the Department of Theater, came up with the idea of teaching a...

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