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One of the most salient issues in the 2016 election was America’s changing manufacturing landscape, which arguably handed Donald Trump the presidency. However, all the half-truths about “bad trade deals” sending jobs overseas distracted from the real culprit behind the ...

Three weeks ago, many said Emory’s decision to offer financial aid to undocumented students made it “an ethical leader in the South.” That wasn’t enough to convince Georgia’s Board of Regents, whose spokesperson told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution that Emory’s announcement would have no impact on their policy. It ...

By Rachel Duboff “What are you going to do after you graduate?” My eyes roll because I’m once again faced with the same question, and once again I have to give the same unsatisfying answer. “I’m not sure yet,” is ...

By Alex Rosenfield College is too expensive. College doesn’t guarantee a good-paying job. College doesn’t focus on the proper learning methods. The list of complaints drags on. College is clearly a faulty product, but we pay for it because it’s ...

An April 24 study from CareerBuilder and CareerRookie reveals that 57 percent of employers plan to hire new college graduates, but “nearly one in four don’t feel academic institutions are adequately preparing students for positions needed within their organizations.” Essentially, ...