Op-Eds

February was a heartbreaking month for NASA, as it officially said goodbye to its darling rover, Opportunity. The little robot conjured visions of “Wall-E” and Number 5 from “Short Circuit.” ...

Emory is a place of diverse faiths and tradition, but work idolatry seems to dominate the student body. Students are obsessed with prioritizing academics, internships, work and athletics — sometimes ...

Growing up, I rarely saw representations of queer black men onscreen. Further, I seldom, if ever, saw eager audiences waiting to listen to or watch stories about these men’s experiences. ...

Spanish. Hispanic. Latino. Latinx. These are terms that others have used to describe my identity throughout my life. Broadly, the words categorize people from regions that were formerly colonized by ...

CNN’s recent decision to hire Republican operative Sarah Isgur Flores as a political editor greatly diminishes the network’s credibility as an objective news source, and appears to be a terribly ...

Emory’s freshman health program lacks a key topic: sex education. I am not a fan of the mandatory health requirement; the course detracts points if students exclude dates on homework ...

This op-ed was written as part of a two-sided debate series. The opposing argument can be found here.  During last spring’s Student Government Association (SGA) elections, I was one of the ...

This op-ed was written as part of a two-sided debate series. The opposing argument can be found here.  Power-Hungry. Incompetent. Erratic. This was how the Wheel Editorial Board, a board I ...

Ever since President Donald J. Trump won the election in 2016, the business mogul’s unconventional methods have continuously shocked Americans. Some are disgusted by his aggressive leadership while others seem ...