editorial

Author’s note: This article contains examples of victim blaming, Islamophobia, white supremacy, misogyny, homophobia, transphobia and references to pregnancy, rape and suicide.   “What I’m doing, every day, is speaking for the voiceless majority against the powerful minority, which is ...

In his inauguration address on April 2, 2004, President James W. Wagner formally pledged to “do all in [his] power to enable our University community to grow in excellence.” Since then, he has developed and situated his presidency within the ...

Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter announced in a press conference last month at the Carter Center, a partner of Emory University, that he would begin to retire from public life to focus on treatment for his recently diagnosed cancer. With ...

Headlines this summer were filled with disaster: extremism of all kinds in the Middle East, a humanitarian crisis at our southern border and violence on our own streets. But at the start of a new school year, it’s important to ...

National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) president Mark Emmert recently dismissed the notion of “pay-for-play” this past December, stating that, “There’s certainly no interest in turning college sports into the professional or semi-professional.” With all due respect to Emmert, he could ...

Russia is in the midst of annexing the Crimea, with the possibility of a war with Ukraine looming overhead. Over the course of the past few weeks, Crimea went from being a more-or-less forgotten peninsula, most noteworthy for the Crimean ...

There is a problem here at Emory. What brought all of us together today is what appears to be only the latest in a series of blunders by the administration. From exploitative labor practices to the suppressing of student dissent, ...

I was reading in the DUC when I looked up to see Dr. Neil Shulman heading in my direction. He was putting his tray down at a vacant table when our eyes met. I smiled. I’d read the article in ...