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[email protected] | Isaiah Sirois (20C) is from Nashua, N.H., majoring in history. He serves on the Wheel’s editorial board. When away from the Wheel, he teaches and designs curriculum for the Atlanta Urban Debate League. He is a Franklin Junto Fellow in the Program in Democracy and Citizenship and a member of Phi Alpha Theta. On weekends, he can be found obsessing over NASCAR and the Baltimore Ravens.

The election of President Donald J. Trump prompted the media to confront the white working class, whose economic anxieties allegedly secured him the Oval Office. By Nov. 9, 2016, the ...

Dinosaurs have captivated children since their remains were first discovered, and the latest installment of the “Jurassic Park” franchise, “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom,” is childhood imagination on full display: volcanoes ...

I can no longer walk back to my dorm room without being reminded of the gap that exists between much of Emory’s student body and a sense of responsibility. Trash ...

University of Pennsylvania Professor of Law Amy Wax claimed not to have “ever seen a black student graduate in the top quarter of the class, and rarely, rarely in the ...

Billy Graham, the evangelical Christian known as “America’s Pastor,” died Feb. 21, leaving a void at the forefront of the American evangelical movement. Newsmax named Graham America’s most influential evangelist, ...

Georgia’s public education system is facing a new piece of redistributive reform legislation though as written, the law will have the opposite effect. State Rep. Valencia Stovall (D-Ellenwood) introduced Thursday ...

Summering in Nantucket. Vineyard Vines. Hitting the slopes on Loon Mountain. Progressive politicians. The Ivy League. Tom Brady, Bill Belichick and Robert Kraft. These are all images we associate with ...

Atlanta Councilwoman and Emory alumna Mary Norwood (74C) may be the current frontrunner in Atlanta’s upcoming mayoral race, but her past and proposed handling of the Atlanta Police Department (APD) ...

The 2017 Atlantic hurricane season has been one of the worst in recent memory — it brings back troubling memories of my family’s experiences in 2004. Hurricane Ivan struck Alabama ...