All posts by "Madison Stephens"

Whether it’s celebrities or ordinary teens with an organized secular group, the practice of traveling outside the United States for a service trip has become a widespread practice — and ...

When Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D–Mass.) announced her entrance into the 2020 presidential race, the backlash was immediate. In a December article, the Boston Globe’s editorial board pegged Warren as a ...

In the past month, I have received the typical bombardment of emails from various Emory offices and departments. Usually, I delete the bureaucratic spam without reading it and move on ...

Hurricane Florence devastated the East coast, but it also brought on a presidential tweetstorm. President Donald J. Trump’s tweets, which ranged from praising his own containment efforts to retweeting emergency ...

As an English major, I often feel overlooked and left out on campus. I know there are more of us than are immediately apparent, but I can’t help feeling shocked ...

With the end of the semester rapidly approaching, remaining assignments keep us from preparing for our final exams. Two days of preparation immediately before finals are simply insufficient. Most Emory ...

On March 14, Okla. Attorney General Mike Hunter (R-Ok.) announced plans to begin using nitrogen gas as an alternative to lethal injection for executing death row inmates. Hunter asserted that, ...

Spring semester is often dominated by the pressure to solidify summer plans. For some, the extent of this stress means finding the perfect internship to bolster resumes. However, some students ...

A mounting sense of disappointment surrounds Emory’s 2018 commencement speaker, Michael Dubin, co-founder and CEO of Dollar Shave Club. His unconventional path, however, from obtaining a bachelor’s degree in history ...