Opinion

I walk into a room, glance at every face and realize that I am the only black person and often the only person of color. That is a daily ritual. ...

The reality of Emory’s cost of attendance hit me hard last winter break. Money that I thought would last longer was starting to run out. I sent a transfer application ...

After its precarious split from the undergraduate Student Government Association (SGA) last year, the Graduate Student Government Association (GSGA) finally released their constitution to The Emory Wheel after multiple requests ...

“Why did you have to shoot?” Those are the painful words uttered by Bill Schultz in response to the fatal shooting of his child, Scout Schultz, a fourth-year engineering student ...

I never thought I would actually have to write a defense of free speech. But two weeks ago, Emory Law student Jonathan Hamrick wrote an op-ed that broke new ground ...

Last week, the Trump administration announced the rescission of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). If Congress does not pass sweeping immigration reform before then, nearly 800,000 undocumented immigrants ...

“Y los DREAMers, cómo están allá?” “And the DREAMers, how are they doing over there?” my dad asked me over the phone two days following the Sept. 5 announcement that ...

Rose Kuan/Contributing  On freshman move-in day a year ago, I was thrilled with my double room in Dobbs Hall. It was so college. Reflecting on my older siblings’ dorm rooms, ...