Old Gold & Black

Junior forward Isaiah Mucius goes up for a layup attempt in the
paint, notching two of his 11 points in the 18 point loss.

Men’s Basketball falls to NC State

Christian Odjakjian, Staff Writer February 25, 2021

The Wake Forest men’s basketball season hit a new low Saturday afternoon after back-to-back home blowouts versus two .500 level in-state rivals. Following the loss to Duke, NC State (10-9, 6-8), took...

Wake Forest goalie Andrew Pannenberg, who was drafted by Orlando City in this year’s MLS Draft, running with McNally.

Deacon Spotlight: Cole McNally

Bry Richards, Staff Writer February 25, 2021

Hailing from Mount Airy, Md. Wake Forest goalkeeper Cole McNally is no stranger to soccer’s extraordinary world. McNally began playing soccer under his father’s wing at the tender age of three before...

As COVID-19 cases fall across campus, administrators hope to avoid another spike while remaining optimistic about a possible move to Yellow status soon in the semester.

Admin optimistic as COVID-19 cases fall

Elizabeth Maline, Senior Writer February 25, 2021

Two weeks after an extreme spike in COVID-19 cases prompted tighter campus restrictions — including the closure of the ZSR Library and the Benson University Center — there has been a steady decline...

Gal Gadot shines in Wonder Woman 1984 as the fierce Diana.

Wonder Woman 1984 disappoints

Ben Wilcox, Staff Writer February 4, 2021

Director Patty Jenkins and film-superstar Gal Gadot recently teamed back up for Wonder Woman 1984, the sequel to the successful and well-regarded film, Wonder Woman.  Stylized as WW84, it appeared...

Students from halls on South Campus and on Hearn Plaza, including Poteat, have reported issues with the temperature of their showers. Despite work order requests, nothing changed.

Multiple dorms experience shower woes

Aine Pierre, News Editor February 4, 2021

The winter chill has permeated the entire Reynolda Campus, including, apparently, its showers. From the first day that students returned to campus last week, Jan. 24, numerous reports of ice-cold shower...

Rep. Taylor-Greene remains obstacle to peace

Charles Horn, Staff Columnist February 3, 2021

Battalions of soldiers manned barricades and camps in the streets of the nation’s capital as the country was split by violent insurrectionists threatening the very tenets of democracy embedded in our...

Quilt museum shines as bastion of individuality

Cap McLiney, Staff Columnist January 28, 2021

This week, I pulled through Paducah, Kentucky while I was on my way back to school for the semester. As I sat in the driver seat, I repeated the funny sounding town’s name under my breath to the detriment...

Outdoor activity can ease anxiety during finals

Sophia Tompkins, Staff Writer November 19, 2020

 In the midst of a global pandemic, students are dealing with the pressures of academia along with anxiety and depression as a negative side effect of COVID-19.  Mental illness among college...

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