All posts by "Andrew Kliewer"

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 ...

The first impression of Atlanta for much of Emory’s student body comes from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. As the world’s busiest airport and headquarters of Delta Air Lines, Hartsfield-Jackson serves ...

This op-ed was written as part of a two-sided debate series. The opposing argument can be found here.  During last spring’s Student Government Association (SGA) elections, I was one of the ...

As the longest government shutdown in United States history stretched on, the nation witnessed a game of chicken between Democrats and Republicans, while President Donald J. Trump and congressional leaders ...

This op-ed was written as part of a two-sided debate series. The opposing argument can be found here.  Through marriage, the state wields the power to join two people in ...

Under Georgia law, one hour of work isn’t worth a whole lot. Employers are only required to pay their employees $5.15 an hour, an amount that equates to just over ...

A group of workers votes to unionize but are immediately fired and blacklisted by employers. Commodity prices shoot through the roof, driven by the consolidation of suppliers into unregulated monopolies. ...

On Valentine’s Day, a single person walked into Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in South Florida. Five minutes later later, 17 people lay dead or dying, more than 20 were ...

Wiretap allegations, travel bans and congressional gridlock have dominated recent news coverage, meaning that one critical statistic probably escaped the notice of most Americans. In March, data from the National ...