In Today’s America, Women Are Electable

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) recently came under scrutiny for reportedly telling Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) that a woman could not win the presidency. Whether or not Sanders said that, the idea that women are less electable than men is a widespread myth that perpetuates sexism. Women aren’t less electable; some voters are buying into this [...]

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Voter Purges Target Minorities

Amid close elections and accusations of corruption in recent years, Georgia’s protection of voting rights have been controversial due to acts of voter suppression by election officials. One important part of the voter rights issue are the purges which have largely contributed to voter suppression in Georgia. Georgia officials must end unnecessary voter purges because [...]

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Emory Democrats, Register to Vote and Turn Ga. Blue

Two Senate seats in Georgia will be up for grabs in 2020. With the retirement of Sen. Johnny Isakson (R-Ga.) and Sen. David Perdue (R-Ga.) facing many Democratic challengers for his seat, Georgia will be a political battleground as candidates fight for their spot in the Senate. Students at Emory have the potential to vote [...]

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Students Deserve Access to 24/7 Sexual Assault Care

CORRECTION (Oct. 8, 12:13 am) This article has been updated to clarify the medical resources available to sexual assault victims on campus. Victims of sexual assault at Emory should not have to go off-campus to receive the necessary care that they need. While students can receive medical care, the unfortunate reality is that our school [...]

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