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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

Isabella Romine

Isabella Romine, Features Editor

Isabella Romine is a sophomore from Greensboro, N.C. She is studying politics, linguistics, and Russian, which she began learning during a gap year in Moldova through the NSLI-Y program. Outside of the OGB, she is involved in the Program for Leadership and Character, student radio, and Three to Four Ounces, Wake Forest’s literary magazine.

All content by Isabella Romine
Jackson Buttler, Wake Forest Universitys current Student Body President sits in his office in Benson Student Center.

Deacon Profile: Jackson Buttler

Isabella Romine, Features Editor
October 6, 2023
Spanish: Maddie Alexanian

Spanish: Maddie Alexanian

Isabella Romine, Features Editor
April 27, 2023
Economics: Tal Feldman

Economics: Tal Feldman

Isabella Romine, Features Editor
April 27, 2023
Margaret Bender poses for a photograph in Chile.

Deacon Profile: Margaret Bender

Isabella Romine, Features Editor
February 15, 2023
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
Wake Forest professor Dr. Cynthia Gendrich, with the assistance of Michles, directed a performance of Up and Away designed to be accessible to autistic theatergoers.

Wake Forest student makes theater more accessible

Isabella Romine, Assistant Features Editor
January 18, 2023
Alice Hauser is one of 32 Americans who has received the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship this year.

Deacon Profile: Alice Hauser

Isabella Romine, Staff Writer
December 1, 2022
A parking ticket indicates that a student has been fined $50. The students vehicle information has been removed from this image for confidentiality.

Darn the parking police

Isabella Romine, Staff Columnist
November 17, 2022
The Reynolda Campus is inaccessible for those with disabilities or injuries, writes Isabella Romine.

Accessibility on campus must be improved

Isabella Romine, Contributing Columnist
October 21, 2022
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