violence

“Why did you have to shoot?” Those are the painful words uttered by Bill Schultz in response to the fatal shooting of his child, Scout Schultz, a fourth-year engineering student at the Georgia Institute of Technology, who was killed by ...

This month’s debate was written by Barkley Forum members College senior Kristen Lowe and College junior Katie Duval.  Pro Legalization Sex workers are currently in a legal and social limbo in the United States, and the only way to resolve ...

The night before his brain surgery this past December, Sherman Alexie, Jr. stayed up writing 17 individualized poems for those he considered to be his “beloved.” He thought he was going to die. Upon awaking from his surgery, after immediately ...

When discussing the Arab-Israeli conflict, words matter. Emory College junior Jonathan Hussung’s words in their Oct. 21 editorial “No Coexistence Without Inclusion” are insensitive, propagandist and, at times, false. This editorial is a response to those words. In their discussion ...

On Tuesday, Feb. 10, a man killed three students from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in a parking lot with a gun. While the details surrounding the circumstance are still not entirely clear, two facts have consistently ...

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 ...