Editorials

Editorials

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  These days, more courses are popping up that, unlike core courses in disciplines like science and history are designed to teach an existing body of knowledge, contextualize the current ...
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Wilbur and Orville Wright — the men usually credited as the founding fathers of aviation — first took flight in 1903, a huge milestone at the time. A few years ...
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The Jewish people are once again under the same threat that they have been for most of their history: that of extremism. Jews have faced many forms of extremism, ranging ...
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All around us, the world seems to exist in a perpetual state of cycling oppression and exploitive objectification. Our current structure of society, as well as our philosophical understanding of ...
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In 2013, Emory University’s Committee on Class and Labor, tasked with exploring how class functions on campus, recommended that the University should “seek to reduce significant differences between the circumstances ...
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As I am sure we are all aware, recently for Israeli Apartheid Week the Emory Students for Justice in Palestine (ESJP) set up a display on the terraces of the ...
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On Feb. 22, when I, along with other members of Emory Students for Justice in Palestine (ESJP) built a mock apartheid wall by the DUC for Israeli Apartheid Week, we ...
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The United States Federal Code defines terrorism as “the unlawful use of force and violence against persons or property to intimidate or coerce a government, the civilian population or any ...
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As a sophomore, I am not too far removed from the undergraduate admissions process to have forgotten the feelings that came with opening the response letters to college applications. I ...
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Emory students, many of them burdened with student debt, understandably want to ensure they ​can secure a post-graduation job worthy of their investment. Consequently, students seek various resume enhancements, including ...
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  • Dissident

    Someone should write an editorial about the Wheel’s terrible biases and how they have set comment sections to be approved by them before they’re posted. Good job on censoring free speech!

  • eric porter

    Students and the youth really are useful idiots, and academia has always been a bastion for leftists, liberals, socialists and anti-social rabble.

    Sir Winston Churchill:

    On leftists:

    “They are the most disagreeable of people…Their insincerity? Can you not feel a sense of disgust at the arrogant presumption of superiority of these people? Superiority of intellect! Then, when it comes to practice, down they fall with a wallop not only to the level of ordinary human beings but to a level which is even far below the average.”

    “These very high intellectual persons who wake up every morning…see what they can find to demolish, to undermine, or cast away.”

    “Let them quit these gospels of envy, hate, and malice. Let them abandon the utter fallacy, the grotesque, erroneous, fatal blunder of believing that by limiting the enterprise of man, by riveting the shackles of a false equality…they will increase the well-being of the world.”

  • SouthArapahoePeak

    The Israeli SUPREME COURT has Arabs presidng on it (Christian AND Muslim!)!
    ALL Israeli citizens have VOTING rights (wherever they are in the world) & eagerly VOTED in the 17MAR15 election.
    It’s why the Arab political bloc WON 13 Knesset seats that day.
    ALL her citizens (incl. Muslims!) are PROTECTED from mindless MUSLIM suicide bombers by a BLAST WALL!
    Israel will NEVER become an “apartheid state”, even if she’s FORCED to deport pro-JIHAD citizens!

  • John

    God bless Israel.

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