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Consistency and clarity. Never have two words seemed so simple and yet remained so elusive to our student government and its Elections Board. The past few weeks have been what ...

It’s no secret that Emory’s online services can be glitchy. For example, Emory’s Xfinity on Campus service often crashes midway through a broadcast and OPUS’ impossible-to-navigate interface stalls tremendously during ...

On March 17, students at an Ohio public high school staged a walkout in the name of common sense gun legislation. School officials waived all punishment measures for students who ...

My first impression of Student Government Association (SGA) presidential candidate Dwight Ma (17Ox, 19C) was that he was putting up too many posters. I saw Ma walking around the DUC-ling, ...

I understand the thrill of shooting a gun. For one blissful moment, everything melts away, and all that your brain focuses on is that satisfyingly heavy piece of metal molding ...

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, ...

For the millionth time, lower the drinking age. Whether it’s drinking socially in moderation or getting totally drunk with friends, alcohol is bound to social traditions across the globe. In ...

A mounting sense of disappointment surrounds Emory’s 2018 commencement speaker, Michael Dubin, co-founder and CEO of Dollar Shave Club. His unconventional path, however, from obtaining a bachelor’s degree in history ...

When President Donald J. Trump unmasked his federal spending plan for 2019, unveiling a number of budget changes on Feb. 12, a notable provision emerged for current and aspiring college ...