Opinion

President Donald J. Trump’s second executive order, which barred entry to the country from several Muslim-majority countries, was blocked by the United States District Court for the District of Hawaii. ...

The confirmation process for the open seat in the U.S. Supreme Court has finally arrived. The popular discussion quickly moved beyond Neil Gorsuch, the judge, to Neil Gorsuch, the president’s ...

In light of the student government split, the Graduate Student Government Association (GSGA) now autonomously governs Emory graduate students, but it is doing so under a constitution that lacks crucial ...

Three weeks ago, The Emory Wheel’s then-news editor reached out to the Graduate Student Government Association (GSGA) President Jared Greenbaum (17M.B.A.) about the location of that week’s GSGA meeting. Greenbaum ...

In a democratic state, it is more prudent to analyze the intended effects of what a leader says to his constituents than to analyze the actions of that leader directly. ...

You are sitting alone in your room enjoying a moment of solitude when a friend barges in unannounced and begins monologuing about their overwhelming workload. Or worse, they tell you ...

Starting around 2013, Emory’s administration embarked on an initiative to reform the Greek system. In a Jan. 31 interview, Dean of Student Life Ajay Nair stated his goal was to ...

When students voted on a University-wide referendum to split the Student Government Association (SGA) into two independent bodies, the debate focused on the proper balance of graduate and undergraduate interests ...

In a disappointing move, President Trump reversed Obama-era federal protections allowing transgender students to use bathrooms corresponding with their gender identity.   This development was unsurprising but disheartening. By allowing ...