Op-Eds

The DUC’ling serves breakfast from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. and then promptly begins preparation for 11 a.m. lunch. What is a poor freshman with limited funds going to do ...

Fall means the advent of recruitment season for employers seeking to hire new graduates. As a graduating senior, I have first-hand experience with the disparity between opportunities available to College ...

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) ...

I grew up in a relatively homogenous environment, surrounded by people with the same skin tone as me, speaking the same language as me. Needless to say, I was excited ...

According to the Associated Press Stylebook, to which The Emory Wheel adheres, the Oxford comma, which appears before the coordinating conjugation in a list, should be omitted. Opponents claim the ...

I grew up hearing my father repeat the phrase, “negativity begets negativity.” It’s a sentiment I still strongly believe, and the idea that our attitudes have a way of shaping ...

Hillary Clinton is the best thing that could have ever happened to the Republican Party. No one has been more critical of President Donald J. Trump over the past year ...

Our civic education cements that the best of America comes from the U.S. Constitution and its Bill of Rights. According to politicians and history teachers alike, those 200-year-old documents created ...

For centuries, the U.S. Senate has been referred to by many as the world’s greatest deliberative body. In recent years, that has become more of a sardonic reprise than anything ...