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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 ...

After the 2016 election, I stopped reading The New York Times — not because I disliked the writing or disagreed with its opinions, but rather the news it chose to ...

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, ...

It was fitting that last week’s contentious Student Government Association (SGA) election coincided with a number of antagonistic social media posts pitting Emory’s Oxford and Atlanta campuses against each other. ...

Provocative and problematic — but not perilous. The recent release of a memo sent out to Facebook employees on June 18, 2016, from Facebook Vice President Andrew Bosworth has been ...

University of Pennsylvania Professor of Law Amy Wax claimed not to have “ever seen a black student graduate in the top quarter of the class, and rarely, rarely in the ...

Consistency and clarity. Never have two words seemed so simple and yet remained so elusive to our student government and its Elections Board. The past few weeks have been what ...

It’s no secret that Emory’s online services can be glitchy. For example, Emory’s Xfinity on Campus service often crashes midway through a broadcast and OPUS’ impossible-to-navigate interface stalls tremendously during ...

On March 17, students at an Ohio public high school staged a walkout in the name of common sense gun legislation. School officials waived all punishment measures for students who ...