"Covers the campus like the magnolias"

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

The Old Gold & Blacks favicon logo

Letter from the Editor: Nine student papers report solutions for mental health

Christa Dutton, Senior Writer March 21, 2024

When Emmy Martin, the editor-in-chief of the Daily Tar Heel, gave me a call last summer to explain this issue you’re holding in your hand, I knew it was a project to which the Old Gold & Black would...

86% of clients agreed that their quality of life was improved by the UCC in a fall 2022 survey sent out by the center.

The UCC’s journey from pandemic pitfalls and back

Breanna Laws, Managing Editor March 20, 2024

The COVID-19 pandemic posed challenges to the Wake Forest University Counseling Center and forced the center to adapt its methods. Now, with the acute challenges of the pandemic largely subsided, the Wake...

Dr. Meredith Farmer, an associate professor of literature at Wake Forest, mitigates stress in her classroom by not requiring students to explain absences and offering extensions on assignments when needed.

How Wake Forest trains its faculty to be on the front line of mental health care

Christa Dutton, Senior Writer March 20, 2024

At Wake Forest and universities across the nation, students are fighting an unprecedented battle with mental health struggles, and faculty are often the first line of defense.  “Often a student first...

f Youre Reading This co-presidents Georgia Meyer (left) and Prarthna Batra (right) connect students to mental health resources.

IfYoureReadingThis: Student-led mental health resource offers fresh perspectives

Aaron Nataline, Senior Writer March 20, 2024

When students with a passion for mental health advocacy launched an IfYoureReadingThis chapter at Wake Forest University, the intent was to make a small campus feel smaller, said the organization’s co-President...

Load More Stories