After Eviction Notices, Dialogue About Palestine is Crucial

Some Emory students woke up to find fake eviction notices posted on their doors on April 2. These flyers were posted by members and allies of Emory Students for Justice in Palestine (ESJP) to raise awareness about forced evictions of Palestinians. The protests were a part of Israeli Apartheid Week, which coincides with Emory’s Israel [...]

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Asians: Support Affirmative Action

Last month, a Massachusetts court heard opening arguments from a nonprofit group called Students for Fair Admissions, which is suing Harvard University. The trial centers around alleged racial discrimination in Harvard’s admissions policies, presenting the Asian-American community as the victim of racism in the United States. The nonprofit’s founder, Edward Blum, has a history of [...]

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Wheel Debates: Is Impeaching Donald Trump Worth the Risk?

The Wheel Debates are written by members of the Barkley Forum. The views argued below do not necessarily reflect each debater’s personal opinions. Trump’s Wanton Disregard for Norms is Disqualifying By Anthony Wong Some Democrats rallied around the idea of impeaching President Donald J. Trump before the midterms. However, critics of this strategy, including former [...]

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Wheel Debates: Should the United States Rely on Electronic Voting?

The Wheel Debates are written by members of the Barkley Forum. The views argued below do not necessarily reflect each debater’s personal opinions. The Future of Voting Belongs to Technology By Michael Cerny One of the earliest depictions of voting portrays the selection of Odysseus to receive the great warrior Achilles’s armor. Voters placed pebbles [...]

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