politics

The Vietnam War, nicknamed the “Living Room War,” marked a shift in American conflict; for the first time, war footage from abroad was broadcast to American audiences. This coverage exacerbated both pre-existing skepticism toward America’s involvement in Vietnam and national ...

If elected as the representative for the 34th Congressional District in California, Emory alumnus Robert Lee Ahn (98B) would be the first Korean-American U.S. congressman in 20 years. Although this is his first time running for elected office, Ahn cited ...

“If liberals are so f***ing smart, how come they lose so goddamn always?” —Will McAvoy, Newsroom In the wake of Tuesday’s shocking election results, I have seen countless reactions from Emory’s student body. Students have cheered, cried, posted long-winded Facebook ...

With only one week left until the 2016 presidential election, citizens nationwide are preparing to cast ballots for their candidate of choice. The Emory Wheel distributed a survey Thursday, Oct. 20, to gauge the Emory community’s opinions of candidates and ...

After decades of existing with one another, both on- and off-campus, we still can’t seem to get along: liberals and conservatives just don’t mix in practice — but can we? Within seconds, a relaxed conversation can switch into a no-holds-barred ...

What is better: speed or accuracy? This is a question that politicians and the media have to answer every time a news story breaks. They must decide if being the first to report is worth risking inaccuracy, or if it ...

Every September, New York City’s streets are mobbed with fashionistas donning the latest trends, reporters from every major fashion magazine and the masses trying to get a glimpse of it all. From the faint-inducing Yeezy show to Marc Jacobs’ social ...

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 ...

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 ...