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Lilting Banshees Host Classics Show

Lilting Banshees Host Classics Show
January 30, 2020

Causing the audience in Brendle Recital Hall to erupt with laughter over and over again, the Lilting Banshees hosted their first show of the semester, “Lilting Banshees: Classics,” on Jan. 24. As...

How To Fashionably Transition To Fall

How To Fashionably Transition To Fall
October 4, 2018

Although fall is upon us, the warm weather is still an everyday occurrence. To balance autumn and summer fashion, here are some outfits that will help you transition into the cooler months. 1. Slip dress...

A Review Of Summer Music Festivals

Olivia Field/Old Gold & Black
August 30, 2018

For most students, summer is marked by internships, research and other responsibilities that come with preparing to enter adulthood. However, many Wake Forest students were able to take a break from their...

How To: Study Smarter

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April 26, 2018

The end of the school year is approaching quickly and students are beginning to prepare for their final exams. Here are a few study tips and tricks to help ace your finals. Five Day Study Plan  Everyone...

How to Save Money While Living On Campus

Olivia Field/Old Gold&Black
April 26, 2018

Graduating early because of student loans and living financially independent from my parents, money has always been an issue for me at Wake Forest. Surrounded by peers who hardly understand the value of...

START Gallery Features Student Artwork

Photo Courtesy of Anna Pugh
April 26, 2018

Two, and a third is the Honors in Studio Art presentation of senior Anna Pugh, on exhibition now at the START Gallery in Reynolda Village. Pugh is a Mullen-Carswell, Eleanor Layfield Davis and Reifler...

Words of Wisdom from a Seasoned Barista

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April 19, 2018

Throughout my years of working as a barista, I have seen too many people look down into their cup and then back up at me with a look of utter confusion and disappointment. These situations usually arise...

Lake Lure Offers up New Adventure

Lake Lure Offers up New Adventure
April 19, 2018

Nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Lake Lure is by far my favorite place in North Carolina; it has been part of my life far longer than I have been a Wake Forest student. Although it...

“Texas Dust” Vocalizes Human Experience

Photo Courtesy of Nathan Evans Fox
April 19, 2018

With a melodic blend of bluegrass and folk, Nathan Evans Fox’s new album Texas Dust explores everything from religion and love to family and wandering. An alumnus of Wake Forest (‘11), Fox provides...

Spring A Capella Concert Showcases Talent

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April 19, 2018

With a crowd packed full of friends, family and avid a cappella fans, Plead the Fifth and Demon Divas hosted their Spring Concert in Brendle Recital Hall on Tuesday night. For the senior members of both...

Best Brunches in Winston-Salem

Best Brunches in Winston-Salem
April 19, 2018

Many students like to sleep in on the weekends, so often times they sleep through breakfast. Here are four places in Winston-Salem to get a weekend brunch with friends. River Birch Lodge River Birch...

Spring Musical Presents Relatable Themes

Photo Courtesy of Leslie Spencer
April 12, 2018

Visually and vocally stunning, the Wake Forest cast of Spring Awakening left the audience in awe. This spring musical, written by Steven Sater and music by Duncan Sheik, finds its roots within the 19th-century...

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