Editorial Dissent: For an Effective, Electable Nominee, Vote Biden

One candidate for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination is currently riding a wave of momentum. He has shown an ability to drive high turnout, appeal to diverse groups of voters and run on a platform that would make him the Democrats’ most progressive nominee in decades. That candidate is former Vice President Joe Biden. Biden [...]

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Emory Cross Country/Track & Field Defined By More Than Those Who Left

As a fourth-year member of Emory’s varsity cross country and track and field (XC/TF) teams, I felt disheartened to read the Wheel’s recent article detailing the negative accounts of eight student-athletes who have left the team due to disagreements with the coaching staff. While I do not fully understand the particular circumstances that drove these [...]

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Before Cancelling People, Consider Discourse

If anything unifies the increasingly divided Democratic party, it’s support for former President Barack Obama, who still holds approval among 97 percent of Democrats. However, Obama’s recent comments regarding “call-out culture” and social media activism sparked rare controversy among the left, and were condemned by some as taking a “boomer view” of the world and [...]

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Slow Down on E-Scooter Laws

Over the past year, countless Emory students and Atlanta residents have been part of a massive transportation experiment. Rental electric scooters have taken cities like Atlanta by storm, offering a new and innovative way to travel short distances. However, as controversies over cluttered sidewalks and collisions emerge with the scooters’ sudden deployment, cities like Atlanta [...]

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University Responses to Free Speech Unequal

One of the chalkings left by Emory Week of Protest (WOP) before an Emory Police officer ordered their erasure on April 16/Ayushi Agarwal, Photo Editor Emory must do a better job of living up to its Open Expression Policy. On April 15, chalkings appeared around the Quad protesting the University’s spending priorities. The chalkings were [...]

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