Opinion

Student Government Association’s (SGA) updates to the Elections Code represent an important step in ensuring that the debacle of last year’s SGA elections never occurs again. Changes to clearly delineate ...

The projected cumulative rate of U.S. inflation from 2015 to 2019 is 6.1 percent. If the Student Activity Fee (SAF) from 2015-2016 were increased by 6.1 percent, it would amount ...

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 ...

Georgia’s House Bill 2, which would reduce the state’s firearm restrictions, is an irresponsible reform that would endanger people state-wide. The Georgia legislature is considering the Kemp-backed bill, led by ...

As the longest government shutdown in United States history stretched on, the nation witnessed a game of chicken between Democrats and Republicans, while President Donald J. Trump and congressional leaders ...

Former President George Washington famously warned his successors to avoid foreign entanglements when he left office in 1796. But 223 years later, the United States has repeatedly ignored his plea. ...

Recent proposals by Student Government Association (SGA) to slash Media Council’s budget are short-sighted and regrettable. Emory’s arts programs are at risk. Since Emory eliminated the Department of Visual Arts ...

Shreya Pabbaraju/Editorial Board contributor In light of last week’s Student Government Association (SGA) meeting during which legislators discussed the contradictions between the Constitution and the Code of Elections, SGA must ...

Georgia Republicans are taking actions that will undermine the state’s voting system — and in a gerrymandered state government, they might just get away with it. When U.S. District Judge ...