College

With education reform being one of the top issues challenging modern American society, many college campuses are hoping to serve as a top-down model for other classrooms by implementing novel classroom structures. In particular, many professors have begun piloting the ...

The following reports are real cases adjudicated by the Emory College Honor Council. Any personally identifiable information has been omitted to protect the privacy of all parties involved. • A senior in an upper-level social science course consulted his phone ...

The following reports are real cases adjudicated by the Emory College Honor Council. Any personally identifiable information has been omitted to protect the privacy of all parties involved. While grading a freshman’s response paper, a lower level humanities course professor ...

By Erik Alexander Assistant Editorial Editor Here I am, a college student reviewing my semester at four a.m. Overall, the semester’s been a pretty bland one. I did decide to change my major from economics to history. An enormous amount ...

By Lydia O’Neal Senior Staff Writer Quantitative Sciences (QSS), a new Emory College major available this fall, trains students to dissect and analyze big data — a highly-demanded skill set, according to professors. “There is an increased understanding among students ...

By Rachel Duboff “What are you going to do after you graduate?” My eyes roll because I’m once again faced with the same question, and once again I have to give the same unsatisfying answer. “I’m not sure yet,” is ...

By Alex Rosenfield College is too expensive. College doesn’t guarantee a good-paying job. College doesn’t focus on the proper learning methods. The list of complaints drags on. College is clearly a faulty product, but we pay for it because it’s ...

​ I’d like to make a case against homework, or at least, the huge amount of it that college students have. Let me start by saying that I am not a slacker. I’ve always been meticulous about my schoolwork, and ...

An April 24 study from CareerBuilder and CareerRookie reveals that 57 percent of employers plan to hire new college graduates, but “nearly one in four don’t feel academic institutions are adequately preparing students for positions needed within their organizations.” Essentially, ...