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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"

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The Three to Four Ounces office is located in Benson University Center on the fifth floor. During the COVID-19 pandemic, the literary magazine did not publish a print edition. A new generation of editorial board members considered the publication’s past to revamp its content for new audiences.

Three to Four Ounces finds inspiration in its history

Natasha Heisenberg, Features Editor February 9, 2024

When COVID-19 stopped the world, it did not spare the presses that publish Wake Forest’s oldest literary magazine Three to Four Ounces. From 2019 to the fall of 2021, Three to Four Ounces did not release...

Members of the archery club practice at Waterfall Field near Reynolda Village.

Keeping a bullseye on Archery Club

Isabella Romine, Features Editor January 26, 2023

While most students at Wake Forest could name one of the archers that have sprung into popular culture in the last few years, fewer likely know that the university has its own archery club.  Three...

Members of YoungLife pose at their Club meeting.

Students find community in Forsyth County Young Life

Sydney Pascieri, Contributing Writer January 14, 2023

High school is certainly not easy. Making new friends, keeping up with the latest TikTok trends, studying for driving tests, enduring SATs and ACTs and completing extensive college applications are just...

Members of the club sip tea at High Climate Tea, a teahouse in Asheville, on Nov. 6. They also visited Dobra Tea, a nearby teahouse in the same city.

Meet the World Tea Association

Breanna Laws, Staff Writer November 17, 2022

21Sitting around a picnic table…Under a tent…On the floors of residence halls or tucked away in a lounge — a special community is brewing. This community is the Wake Forest World Tea Organization. Senior...

Students at last year’s Puppies on the Quad event came out to help raise funds for the Yadkin County Animal Shelter and relieve stress.

Woof Forest brings joy to dogs and students alike

Anita Dongieux, Staff Writer November 3, 2022

Wake Forest’s campus is filled with student-run organizations that cater to students who are looking to get involved in philanthropic work, make an impact on their community, and have a space outside...

Deacs Decide encourages students to vote in elections and provides nonpartisan information on voting.

Deacs Decide gears up for the midterms

Addison Schmidt, Staff Writer October 11, 2022

With midterm elections approaching, many political parties are trying to get college students to the polls, including on Wake Forest’s campus. On Nov. 8, 2022, midterm elections will be held in every...

Songbird Musical Service is a newly-founded club that provides musical therapy to residents diagnosed with dementia.

Songbird Musical Service spreads musical joy

Isabella Romine, Contributing Writer October 4, 2022

“You were playing so well. Do you know another?” Winston-Salem dementia resident Gail asks from where she sits on her narrow bed. She directs the question to freshman Lauren Kooman, who has just strummed...

Members of WFU Women in STEM visit The Olio to make their own glass pieces as a bonding event for the organization.

Women in STEM club empowers young women

Abby Komiske, Staff Writer March 23, 2022

Men outnumber women in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) related careers, especially in fields such as computer science, engineering and architecture. This is a gap that WFU Women...

Tryouts for Momentum include memorizing and performing a sample dance.

Momentum Dance Club performs for inclusion

Bella Ortley-Guthrie, Staff Writer March 23, 2022

Rhythmic beats, clean lines and electronic beats are staple features of hip hop, which includes artists such as J.Cole, Doja Cat and Nicki Minaj. They provide not just a satisfying beat but a mode of dance...

Greeks Go Green representatives celebrate
Earth Day 2021 through activities.

Greek life partners with sustainability programs

Lanie Albert, Contributing Writer March 3, 2022

With over 50% of Wake Forest’s population participating in on-campus Greek chapters, organizations that collaborate with sororities and fraternities can more efficiently reach a large number of students...

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