Education

Georgia’s public education system is facing a new piece of redistributive reform legislation though as written, the law will have the opposite effect. State Rep. Valencia Stovall (D-Ellenwood) introduced Thursday House Bill 788, the Quality Basic Education Act. The law ...

For centuries, humankind’s best and brightest have spent entire lifetimes toiling over profound, seemingly unsolvable questions — What is the meaning of life? Why are there working professionals who still insist on using Comic Sans? What happens to student performance ...

The following op-ed was submitted by Lamija Grbic, a member of Freedom at Emory, and written as a collaborative piece with the group’s members. February 1, 2016 commemorated the 56th anniversary of the non-violent sit-ins in Greensboro, North Carolina, where ...

At first, I was intrigued by the headline “An Alternative to Free Tuition.” In our fairly progressive college community, what answer did the Wheel editorial board have to the problem of the class gap in education? The skewed system we ...

After I graduated from Emory, my life changed. Certainly, life becomes different for every student after senior year concludes. But if you had asked me during my first few months on campus in 2007 what I’d be doing the fall ...

At Convocation for the Class of 2019, University President James W. Wagner told us baby Eagles that the questions we will encounter in life are just as important, if not more important, than the answers that we find. Serendipity delivered ...

“My body. My mind. My choice.” These are the words that begin the voice-over in the latest women’s empowerment video in India — which features renowned celebrity Deepika Padukone. Needless to say, much has already been discussed about her wisdom ...

Ever since I have come to Emory, I have been bombarded with the term “liberal arts,” and until recently, a satisfactory definition as to what they include has completely eluded me. It is true that I have encountered numerous people ...

The University will provide private, need-based aid to undocumented students, starting with the Class of 2019, University President James W. Wagner announced at a Tuesday meeting with the student advocacy group for undocumented students Freedom at Emory University. “As a ...