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Port Campbell National Park pictured along the Great Ocean Road in Southern Australia.

Studying abroad has changed me for the better

Brie White October 20, 2015

By: Brie White, Staff Writer Arcadia University is the liaison between Wofford and the University of Melbourne, where I’m currently studying. While Arcadia has a traditional college campus just outside of...

Farahnaz is motivated to the finish line by her host dad, who waves the Afghan flag at the end of the half-marathon race.

Afghan student feels “Free to Run” in Spartanburg, at Wofford

Sarah Madden October 20, 2015

By: Sarah Madden, Senior Writer Last names have been redacted for security reasons. “I have a dream that one day I’ll set Afghanistan’s national record.” Farahnaz A.,’18, recently travelled...

The red zone

The red zone

Addie Lawrence October 6, 2015

Author: Addie Lawrence, Editor Wofford is in the red zone, the time period between the start of fall semester and Thanksgiving break where sexual assaults occur with the highest frequency. One in five...

Among changes to the Phase V menu are changes to the dining area itself. Bigger tables allow more students to sit together.

The new phase V

heathgf September 22, 2015

By: Garrett Heath, Staff Writer With my religion class beginning, one student enters into the room excited to arrive in the nick-of-time. “Sorry I’m late” she says. “I was waiting for my food...

Students jump in the fountain after Fountain Fest in the fall of 2013 as part of a student tradition.

Traditions in transition

Elaine Best September 22, 2015

By: Elaine Best, Editor Plans for Tent City have come to a halt after a meeting in the beginning of Sept. between fraternity leaders and the administration. At the meeting, it was unanimously decided...

After the conclusion of 2015’s recruitment process, Caroline Starnes (left) runs to greet a new member of Zeta Tau Alpha outside of Anna Todd Wofford on Bid Day.

Recruitment rules

Anna Aguillard September 11, 2015

By Anna Aguillard, staff writer For the nearly 60 percent of Wofford women involved in Greek Life, returning to school in the fall has meant miraculously relocating student ID cards after three months,...

According to Assistant Dean of Students for Student Involvement Matthew Hammett, row stickers will be issued after the two week recruitment process. Though whether Tent City would remain as the row was left unanswered.

Tent City

Elaine Best September 4, 2015

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW FOR YOUR WEEKEND AT THE "ROW"-- By Elaine Best Questions regarding Tent City, the temporary replacement for Fraternity Row, remain unanswered despite its opening to the student...

Student protestors in Hong Kong bear signs supporting the pro-democracy movement.

Global student activism

Old Gold & Black Web Admin December 2, 2014

HOW COLLEGE STUDENTS ARE FIGHTING TO CHANGE THE WORLD— Student activism may have changed since the 1960s, but locally and globally, students still protest for the causes that they believe in. On...

Student voice: Untarnished honor

Old Gold & Black Web Admin November 11, 2014

Congratulations! The fact that you are reading this means that you are currently enrolled in one of the top liberal arts institutions in the southeast, arguably the nation. You have been chosen specifically...

Student Voice: The value of the arts at Wofford

Old Gold & Black Web Admin November 11, 2014

As an art history major and studio art minor, it is easy for me to understand why the Rosalind S. Richardson Center for the Arts is a necessity. Yet in recent days it has come to my attention that...

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