Donald Trump

Last February, conservative America lost its most celebrated jurist. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia passed away in his sleep while on a hunting retreat with the exclusive Order of St. Hubertus. He was 79 years old. Over the course of ...

Throughout this tumultuous election season, the two major parties share at least one commonality: college students have participated in the 2016 presidential campaigns on campuses nationwide. Republicans and Democrats on Emory’s campus have both worked in bipartisan efforts to register ...

On Monday evening a likely 82 million Americans got an extended, high-definition look at Donald Trump in all his orange, bombastic glory. The Republican contender for America’s highest office was at his absolute Trumpiest, and, as I sit here struggling ...

Here at Emory, there are two glaring minorities: blacks and Republicans — I am both. At times I feel like a unicorn because, well, that combination is about as easy to find as a black dude at a Luke Bryan ...

Despite the evacuation prompted by severe weather on the second day of Music Midtown, the music proved more than enough reason for fans to endure damp socks and enjoy live performances at the Cotton Club, Roxy, Electric Ballroom and Honda ...

It’s 2016 and America feels stuck. It’s not that we can’t move; it’s that we can’t agree on which direction we should move. We have resorted to rehashing the safest political and cultural ideals, almost as if the entire nation ...

The position I wish to take in this short article shall hopefully be quite clear; it is the fact that the principle of empathy is the single most important principle upon which the weal of a functioning democracy relies. Several ...

  The last week at Emory has been a whirlwind of chalk, protests, emails from administrators and polemic media coverage. I believe that this latest campus controversy presents an opportunity for us as a student body and academic community to ...

United States Congressman Tom Price said that he supports conservative voices on campus but does not support Republican Presidential Candidate Donald Trump when he addressed the Emory community Thursday, March 24. “We’re going through a crazy time in our society ...