Wheel Debates

The Wheel Debates are written by members of the Barkley Forum. The views argued below do not necessarily reflect each debater’s personal opinions.

Candidates running for top student government positions spoke about their campaign platforms and answered questions at this year’s Wheel Debates on March 22 in Harland Cinema. Fourteen of 17 candidates looking to lead the Student Government Association (SGA), College Council ...

Six student government candidates discussed their election platforms and answered questions from Emory community members via Twitter, The Emory Wheel, and Wheel Editorial Board in this year’s Wheel debates March 22 in the Psychology and Associated Sciences (PAIS) building. With ...

This month’s debate was written by Barkley Forum members Goizueta Business School junior Harry Stone and College sophomore Tiffany Haas.  Debates Have Little Impact: Despite the high entertainment value and ample material for Saturday Night Live skits, the presidential debates ...

Eight student candidates who are running for various elected positions spoke about their campaign platforms and answered questions from the Wheel Endorsement Committee and other Emory students at this year’s Wheel Debates, hosted in White Hall on Feb. 24. Candidates ...

                            In an increasingly competitive academic environment, one particularly risky strategy has college students hooked. “Study drugs,” such as Adderall and Ritalin, are stimulants frequently abused by ...

                            As my fellow writer points out, the use of “study drugs” is increasing substantially throughout colleges and universities. However, what distinguishes the use of study drugs, ...

The United States is truly an exceptional country. Political parties are free to pursue any ideological or policy agenda they desires without fear of banishment or violence. The Tea Party demonstrates this point. While it developed as a response to ...

With the most successful third party presidential candidate in US history, Ross Perot, winning a whopping 18 percent of the popular vote in 1992, it goes without saying that outsiders have struggled on America’s bipartisan political battlefield. From the Greens ...