Opinion

Although the University implemented its new Zero Landfill Waste policy in an attempt to go green, the policy’s execution has been less than satisfactory. Last month on behalf of Campus ...

As prospective Emory students prepare for end-of-year Advanced Placement (AP) and International Baccalaureate (IB) exams, the Class of 2022 must take into account that Emory will now accept only 12 ...

Timothee Chalamet’s Oscar-nominated performance as Elio Perlman in Luca Guadagnino’s “Call Me By Your Name” (CMBYN) — the film adaptation of the eponymous 2007 Andre Aciman novel — has captivated ...

Depending on your relationship status, Valentine’s Day can be either bliss or torture. What appears to be yet another Hallmark holiday on the surface is actually rooted in centuries of ...

Fifteen year-old Kira Molina, a previously healthy girl, died just five days after first presenting flu symptoms in early February. She was Georgia’s first pediatric death as a result of ...

The current Student Government Association (SGA) Elections Code for electing presidents and executive vice presidents is ambiguous and illogical. Last year, it led to a confusing election ballot on which ...

The Sutherland Springs First Baptist Church shooting is the largest mass shooting to take place in a church in America and the fifth largest shooting in the nation’s modern history ...

The Class and Labor Phase 2 Committee’s recently released executive summary of its report contains critical findings that impact the Emory community, several of which we addressed in last week’s ...

Georgia’s public education system is facing a new piece of redistributive reform legislation though as written, the law will have the opposite effect. State Rep. Valencia Stovall (D-Ellenwood) introduced Thursday ...