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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

Biochemistry & Molecular Biology: Caroline Kernell

Biochemistry & Molecular Biology: Caroline Kernell

Katie Fox, Photography Editor April 28, 2022

 Caroline Kernell is a highly-accomplished Biochemistry & Molecular Biology (BMB) major hailing from Houston, TX. With advice from her a cappella director Kate Hanson — and a semester of experience...

Art History: Maddy Barnick

Art History: Maddy Barnick

Cooper Sullivan, Multimedia Managing Editor April 28, 2022

When coming into college, many students are told to pick a profitable major or one that will set them up to easily find a job upon graduation. Sometimes this works out, the match is compatible and the...

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...

Classical Studies: Bam Purcell

Classical Studies: Bam Purcell

Aine Pierre, Online Managing Editor April 28, 2022

In Latin, the verb ending “bam” indicates something one did in the past. For example, the Latin word vincabam means, roughly, “I succeeded”. In the Classical Studies major, one person who definitely...

Chemistry: Renate Ma

Chemistry: Renate Ma

Connor McNeely, Editor-in-Chief April 28, 2022

Renate Ma is a chemistry major from Rocky Mount, NC, who epitomizes Wake Forest’s undergraduate pre-medical program. Although from a young age, Ma wanted to be everything but a scientist, now she hopes...

Finance: Sarah Kate Massey

Finance: Sarah Kate Massey

Connor McNeely, Editor-in-Chief April 28, 2022

If Sarah Kate Massey is anything, it’s balanced. This can be a difficult feat to accomplish at Wake Forest, where unique opportunities to involve yourself in university life abound. As a senior graduating...

Biology: Leonardo Silenzi

Biology: Leonardo Silenzi

Connor McNeeley, Editor-in-Chief April 28, 2022

 Leonardo Silenzi loves complexity.  In his experience, Silenzi has found the human brain to be the most complex structure on Earth, so he has decided to spend his time studying that.  “I love to...

Politics & International Affairs: Maggie Fox

Politics & International Affairs: Maggie Fox

Emily Toro, News Editor April 28, 2022

 Maggie Fox always wanted to go to law school, and her experiences at Wake Forest only reinforced that aspiration.  “I think especially after the 2016 election, I really got more interested in political...

Anthropology: Rouhan Li

Anthropology: Rouhan Li

Meredith Prince, Features Editor April 28, 2022

With a primary major in Finance in the Wake Forest School of Business, Ruohan Li has spent countless hours studying within the business world and focusing on a future within the accountancy sector. She...

Music Performance: Katarina Sams

Music Performance: Katarina Sams

Christa Dutton, News Editor April 28, 2022

Katarina Sams’ love for music began at a young age. Born in Croatia and raised in Switzerland, she attended an elementary school where she was required to play a band instrument. Sams chose the flute...

Computer Science: Zoe Chamberlin

Computer Science: Zoe Chamberlin

Josie Scratchard, Life Editor April 28, 2022

With Zoe Chamberlin having been chosen to represent this year’s class of computer science majors, one would think that she has been interested in the subject for quite some time. Surprisingly, she was...

Economics: Grace Lyons

Economics: Grace Lyons

Essex Thayer, Sports Editor April 28, 2022

Among many other factors, one thing that really drove Grace Lyons to Wake Forest was the weather; North Carolina is far warmer than a Massachusetts winter. “I hated the cold weather,” Lyons said....

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