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More than 10,000 hate crimes involving a firearm occur each year in the United States, according to Everytown for Gun Safety. On Oct. 27, the Tree of Life Synagogue massacre ...

When David Leonhardt wrote about his dissatisfaction with the amount of students choosing to double major in a Oct. 24 New York Times op-ed, he both ignored shifts in the ...

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 ...

The merit of featuring Western civilization courses in undergraduate curriculums has been widely debated since the late 1980s, and it continues to be debated today. Students at universities that require ...

“All Jews must die.” That is what Robert Bowers told police after entering the Tree of Life synagogue and and opening fire on families united in joy and prayer. The ...

There’s little doubt that this school is home to scores of profoundly wealthy students. Admittedly, I’m one of the many on this campus who find themselves habitually decrying Emory as ...

A recent United Nations climate change report stated that the irreversible effects of climate change will arrive much earlier than one might expect: as soon as 2040. For too long, ...

I’m sitting here stunned, reading about the mass shooting that claimed 11 lives at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh and hearing President Donald J. Trump comment, “It’s a ...

While one hour of work might not be worth a whole lot in Georgia, the state’s $5.15 minimum wage is a meaningless metric to begin with. The federal minimum wage, ...