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The Silent Majority
National News

The Silent Majority

With only 5 days before the election, the RCP poll average has Secretary Clinton leading by nearly a point and a half over Donald Trump. Most polls estimate the lead to be far greater. Is it viable that Secretary Clinton will win this election, as the polls suggest? Or is […]

Clinton and First Lady Visit Wake Forest
Campus

Clinton and First Lady Visit Wake Forest

Thursday marked a historic day in Winston-Salem as 11,000 packed inside the Joel to listen to Democratic Presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and First Lady Michelle Obama speak, among other notable North Carolinian Democrats.  The rally was yet another example of the Clinton campaign using the popular First Lady, whose approval […]

The Economic Costs of a Higher Minimum Wage at Wake
Campus

The Economic Costs of a Higher Minimum Wage at Wake

Student Government is an organization that strives for transparency and representation. Despite best efforts, much of campus is unaware of the happenings of Student Government. Recently, a resolution was passed in Student Government regarding the earnings of various on-campus staff (Pit workers, janitors, etc.). The resolution asserts that a campus-wide […]

Gun Control is Not the Answer
Opinion

Gun Control is Not the Answer

Recently, the Old Gold and Black published an article on “common sense gun reforms.” Our Founding Fathers gave us the Bill of Rights, which, is the backbone of our nation. Thanks to the Second Amendment we all have the right to bear arms and this article is in defense of […]

The Ninth Chair
National News

The Ninth Chair

The American public has witnessed some of the most chaotic, infuriating, and incredible television over the last few weeks thanks to the Presidential Debates. Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have argued over issues such as border control, international trade deals, and the Islamic State. However, one of the most important […]

Wake the Vote Travels to NYC and DC
Campus

Wake the Vote Travels to NYC and DC

This weekend the Wake the Vote cohort traveled to Washington D.C. and New York to meet with the Clinton for America campaign and attend the Diversity in Education conference at the Department of Education. After a 12-hour bus ride and an early morning wake-up call, Wake the Vote students headed […]