staff editorial

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 ...

  Last Sunday, Oxford College student Emily Sakamoto threatened to carry out a mass shooting via the anonymous messaging app Yik Yak. This threat wasn’t made somewhere else in the country, but at the very institution we all attend. The police ...

We at the Wheel remember our freshman years, when former U.S. President Jimmy Carter spoke to us at his Town Hall. Some of us were still adjusting to life away from home and none of us knew quite what to ...

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 ...

Last week, the Interfraternity Council (IFC) lifted its month-long, self-imposed suspension on social activities in fraternity houses and released its working action plan to combat sexual assault on Emory’s campus. According to a Nov. 3 statement by the IFC, the ...

This upcoming week, students in most academic divisions of Emory University will attend their final lectures of the semester on Monday and Tuesday. Those enrolled in Emory College of Arts and Sciences are granted a single reading day this fall ...

Last year, the Wheel decided to add trigger warnings on stories where we cover sexual assault. We believe that, especially with reports of sexual assault around our campus, it was an easy, harmless addition to the beginning of our stories ...

By Stephanie Fang The Emory Wheel‘s Oct. 24 staff editorial “Thoughts on College Enrollment Process” reflected on the enrollment process for students in the College of Arts and Sciences â€” highlighting several problems it has perceived with the system and recommending potential solutions to University administration. ...

With the recent release of the Emory College Spring 2015 Course Atlas, student stress is spiking as Emory prepares for the semi-annual ritual of course selection. We at the Wheel feel that the Course Atlas and the enrollment process as ...