Donald Trump

Ever since I received my Emory acceptance last December, I had been anticipating the Carter Town Hall; the chance to hear from a former U.S. president in person seldom occurs. As the rest of the freshman class and I shuffled ...

Former U.S. President and Emory University Distinguished Professor Jimmy Carter said on Wednesday that he would reverse all of President Donald J. Trump’s policies if he could but acknowledged Trump took the right step in meeting with North Korean leader ...

The U.S. Department of Education’s proposed changes to Title IX, the federal civil rights law passed to ensure gender equity in education, would have deleterious effects on student safety here at Emory and universities nationwide. The New York Times reported ...

The election of President Donald J. Trump prompted the media to confront the white working class, whose economic anxieties allegedly secured him the Oval Office. By Nov. 9, 2016, the New York Times had already diagnosed the election, publishing “Why ...

Cox Hall Clock Tower to Honor MLK In honor of the 50th anniversary of civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr.’s assassination, the Cox Hall Clock Tower will chime 39 times on April 4 at 7:05 p.m., according to Associate ...

The issue of gun control has once again become a national debate, sparked by the Feb. 14 Parkland, Fla., mass high school shooting and the ensuing worldwide “March For Our Lives” movement that attracted scores of protesters. The Wheel spoke ...

It is all too appropriate that the day before Super Bowl LII, Theater Emory recited a story about the Patriot family and their dynasty. Indeed, just like the football team from Massachusetts, this Patriot clan was unrelenting, ruthless and fierce. ...

“I wanted to pull back the curtain on one of the wildest elections in American history,” former Secretary of State and 2016 Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said Nov. 13 at Atlanta’s Fox Theatre. In both her September 2017 book ...

Though President Donald J. Trump tweeted Sept. 7 that Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipients “have nothing to worry about” during the six-month phase out, some — including Emory community members, government officials and organizations — nationwide have pressed ...