Opinion

In 2014, a group of tycoons sought to construct a pipeline that would spew thousands of gallons of oil per day into Standing Rock Sioux Tribe’s water supply, plunder their ...

Climate change is real: it isn’t even an argument worth having anymore. As the oceans get warmer and the average temperature of the world rises, to deny the impact of ...

When I applied to Emory, I wrote my supplemental essay about the importance of a free press. I cited events in Russia, Turkey and Egypt as examples of the dangers ...

This weekend, many Emory students and I took part in a massive exodus to New Orleans for Mardi Gras. As I hurdled home over the Interstate’s sun-soaked asphalt in my ...

As a product of the private education system, I’ve suffered through innumerable talks on “diversity and inclusion.” Most have been subpar, and the presentation given to Emory student-athletes by NFL ...

With Republicans in control of the White House and Congress, Washington will soon be debating a new federal budget. House Speaker Paul Ryan and his congressional allies are widely expected ...

As you have no doubt heard by now, President Donald Trump named Neil Gorsuch, a judge from the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver, to Antonin Scalia’s vacated seat ...

The Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) invited Milo Yiannopoulos to speak Feb. 18. Yiannopoulos was uninvited after an offensive video of him surfaced defending pedophilia two days later. Over the ...

We write in response to the recent editorial “Faculty ‘Sanctuary’ Petition is Misguided” and Tyler Zelinger’s “The Dangers of Uninformed Activism.” The first piece argues that the designation of Sanctuary ...