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Holly Holladay and author Katie Sullivan, captured by Graddick photography, celebrate at the release party for Sullivan’s book “Rocks, Paper, Flowers.”

Internships during Interim: all-encompassing

Contributing Writer February 9, 2016

Author: Brie White, Staff Writer Any Wofford student could tell you that interim provides plenty of opportunity. From traveling, to interning, to taking a class that seems unheard of, the month of January...

Dr. McCain, a religion professor, explains the details of the pottery shard to senior Spencer Collins. Photo Credit: Mark Olencki.

First-hand gallery experience

Contributing Writer October 20, 2015

By: Sam Veremchuk, Contributing Writer There are several art galleries that go on every semester, and at least one of them is curated by Wofford students. This semester Assistant Professor of art and...

The value of the arts on communities is immense,” says former mayor Bill Barnett, one of the many guest speakers.

Community Engagement in the Arts seminar gives "liberal arts" additional meaning

Old Gold & Black Web Admin December 2, 2014

NEW CLASS INVOLVES STUDENTS IN COMMUNITY ARTS ORGANIZATIONS FOR A NEW PERSPECTIVE AND HANDS-ON EXPERIENCE WITH ARTS PROFESSIONALS— What do six seniors, a junior, six freshmen and community arts professionals...

Clark prepares a breakfast sandwich for a customer. Clark says he would love to see more customers at Zach’s in the mornings.

Places and spaces you wouldn’t know about unless someone told you to: breakfast at Zach’s

Old Gold & Black Web Admin November 11, 2014

THE SECOND INSTALLMENT OF A SERIES ON LESSER-KNOWN ON-CAMPUS ASSETS— If you have a little extra time in your morning from 9 – 10 a.m. and a few Terrier Bucks to spare, “Mr. Thomas” Clark would...

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