All posts by "Emory Wheel"

Following deliberation on the organization of the Wheel’s editorial board, we believe that it is in the best interest of the Wheel to change the current editorial system so as ...

In a letter to incoming University of Chicago (UChicago) students, Jay Ellison, the dean of students in the College, outlined the University’s position on so-called “intellectual safe spaces.” Linking “intellectual ...

After a long hiatus because of intense on-campus activities involvement, a heavy course load, study abroad, job recruitment, a suspension due to attacking NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell on Twitter and ...

In his inauguration address on April 2, 2004, President James W. Wagner formally pledged to “do all in [his] power to enable our University community to grow in excellence.” Since ...

Unlike the narrative spun by many on the national stage, the death of free expression on Emory’s campus is greatly exaggerated. The media’s attention was pervasive and reductive — it ...

On March 11, a bill passed through the Georgia State Senate amidst a torrent of controversy, further catalyzing an already contentious, longstanding public debate. HB 859 makes radical changes to ...

Ah, March. In like a lion, out like a lamb. It signifies the beginning of spring, the rebirth of flowers and the unfortunate commencement of the yellow haze of pollen. ...

In the Georgia General Assembly, a bill was recently introduced that would make university campuses less safe, exacerbate existing risks related to alcohol abuse and sexual assault and undermine the ...

The ideal commencement speech resonates with members of the graduating class through words of wisdom that will guide them for years post-graduation. Think Steve Jobs at Stanford University, Stephen Colbert ...