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Students Walton Jolly ‘24 and Sadie Saunders ‘24 join their class for their class photo.
The senior class photo, like those that line the walls of the Mungo student center, is one of Wofford’s Commencement traditions.

An ode to the Class of 2024: You made it!

Nola Webb, Staff Writer May 14, 2024

As the 2023-2024 academic year comes to a close, Wofford’s seniors prepare for their final moments as Terriers. For many members of the Class of 2024, a group uniquely impacted by many challenges across...

One of the most popular Greek Week events, the sorority lip sync battle happened on April 10, 2024. 
Throughout Greek Week, the Greek organizations compete against each other in various events to raise money for a nonprofit organization.

Greek organizations band together for a greater cause

Nola Webb, Staff Writer April 30, 2024

Upon returning from spring break, Wofford’s Greek community immediately jumped into action for this year’s annual “Greek Week.”  While this event usually brings out an overwhelmingly prideful...

Charlotte Barker ‘24 was named Miss Wofford in the 2023 Miss Wofford Pageant

Miss Wofford Pageant returns to campus for its second year

Anna Kirby, Contributing Writer April 16, 2024

Wofford College is gearing up for its second annual Miss Wofford Pageant. The participants are set to take the stage on Sunday, April 21, at 6 pm in the Leonard Auditorium. Preparations are currently underway...

Wofford Psychology Society to bring speaker to campus

Emory Robinson, Staff Writer April 16, 2024

Kings, Queens, Dukes and Jesters are not what first come to mind when most people think of psychology, but 50 so years ago, it was exactly what Wofford students would envision. Wofford’s Psychology...

McNally Sowell ‘26 accesses an AI system on her computer. Wofford College is currently addressing the use of AI in the academic setting.

Artificial intelligence will soon be addressed in the Wofford Honor Code

Lawson Veale, Contributing Writer March 12, 2024

The rise of AI has sparked a new conversation of credibility in academics. With the increasing usage of AI in our everyday lives, faculty and staff have chosen to address this new technology in the...

What’s New With the Campus Union Constitution? Amendments and Updates to the Campus Union Constitution

Nola Webb, Staff Writer March 12, 2024

At the beginning of the Fall 2023 semester, Wofford College Campus Union set out to amend its constitution and bylaws. On Feb 15, a digital poll was opened for Wofford students to cast their votes in regard...

The Old Gold & Black writers are working in their new space. We have recently relocated to the former Wofford Bookstore.

Publications Room relocates: Is this the end of Student Publications’ eras tour?

Brandi Wylie, Editor-in-Chief February 27, 2024

For the past four years, the DuPré Residence Hall’s Publications Room has been my second home. If I wasn’t in my dorm room or apartment, I could be found in this room doing work related to The Old...

Someone dresses up as a chicken at the Nikki Haley rally on Feb. 5, mocking Former President Donald Trump for not debating Haley.

Nikki Haley Visits Spartanburg

Nick Ross, Website Designer February 27, 2024

Former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley visited Spartanburg on Feb. 5, looking to  bolster support ahead of the Republican Primary, which took place on Feb. 24. Haley was down in the polls to Former...

Elikem Asimenu ‘24 utilizes Big Interview to practice his interview skills. Wofford’s Career Center website now offers a resource that assists students in preparing for interviews.

Artificial Intelligence in the Career Center helps students

Madison Tolomea, Staff Writer December 12, 2023

During Summer 2023, Wofford gained a new tool to help students prepare for interviews and life in the workforce after graduation. This new  technology uses Artificial Intelligence to assess interview...

Running back Ryan Ingram ‘24 scored the first touchdown in the game against Furman on Nov. 18. The football win against Furman this year ended the Terriers’ season with a victory.

After slow start, Terriers end football season with wins

Catherine Lesesne, Staff Writer December 12, 2023

After a long season of uncertainty and resilience, the Wofford football team made an outstanding comeback in the final two games of the season. The team was down for the first nine games, with the losing...

Spartanburg has a new coffee shop coming soon: Knowledge Perk Coffee.
Knowledge Perk Coffee will be conveniently located at The Hub for students to enjoy.

Knowledge Perk: Spartanburg’s Central Perk

Cameron Carsten, Managing Editor November 28, 2023

One of the newest additions to Spartanburg, The Hub, is located right across campus. Many students utilize this space for a late night bagel, some soul food or to purchase a textbook or two. Recently,...

Wofford comes together to raise money for ZTA Shagathon. ZTA’s annual Shag-AThon took place Wednesday, Oct. 25.

ZTA hosts annual Shag-A-Thon to raise money for breast cancer

Morgan McDermott and Madison Bush November 7, 2023

On Wednesday, Oct. 25, Zeta Tau Alpha hosted their 14th annual Shag-A-Thon. The Shag-A-Thon is an event to raise money for breast cancer awareness.  After buying an entry meal ticket, guests were able...

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