Donald Trump

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 on the Supreme Court. Obviously, he will be a conservative ...

On Jan. 20, under a spitting sky with crowds of supporters cheering him on, Donald J. Trump faced Chief Justice John Roberts and swore to faithfully execute the office of President of the United States. As the 45th president uttered ...

President Donald Trump made headlines Monday, Jan. 16 when he asserted that the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), the apex of the American alliance network during the Cold War, has become “obsolete.” While the Cold War may be over, NATO ...

Our newly inaugurated president was voted into office vowing change. Such change has the potential to impact Americans of all ages. Federal law regarding sexual assault on college campuses–an aspect of college life vital to Emory students — is potentially ...

President Trump’s relationship with the news media has always been tumultuous, but not necessarily disadvantageous for our new Commander in Chief. Trump received billions of dollars in free advertising over the course of his campaign as media outlets across the ...

I have a name, though some Americans simply think of me as illegal. Their frustration with the nation’s current state of affairs means they are willing to strip their fellow humans of their names and decry their entire existence as ...

We finally know what will happen with the ninth seat on the Supreme Court. On Tuesday, President Donald Trump announced that we will find out who our next potential Associate Justice will be…next week. However, following this contentious election season, ...

While some students spend Sunday night finishing homework, College freshmen Johnna Gadomski and Nora Keathley spent theirs finishing the 9.5-hour drive back to Emory’s campus from Washington, D.C. after they protested at the Women’s March on Washington. “We decided to ...

EMORY — A chemical flash in the Atwood Chemistry Center caused by hexane, a flammable chemical, resulted in a small fire that injured two Ph.D. students at 5 p.m. Tuesday, according to Associate Vice President for Media Relations Nancy Seideman. ...