Category: Op-Eds

Billionaires Should Not Exist

When 26 billionaires possess the same wealth as half the world’s population, something isn’t right.  A wealth tax should be imposed on billionaires to diminish social inequality. Candidates like Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.)...

Mayor Pete Buttigieg: Many Faults, Few Answers

There’s no question that Pete Buttigieg has been making waves in the Democratic presidential primary contest over the past year. The openly gay, millennial mayor of South Bend, Ind., currently sits at a solid fourth place in...

Dobbs Common Table Must Increase Halal Options

Picture this: it’s another Tuesday night, and I’m slowly dragging myself out of biology lab to go eat before a long night of studying in the stacks. As a practicing Muslim that only eats halal foods, my dining choices are...

Students, It’s Time to Stop Bashing Kaldi’s

Students at Emory love to hate on Kaldi’s Coffee for its prices, though they are certainly steep. The average espresso drink, latte or otherwise, will run you a bit more than similar drinks at competitors like Starbucks and Blue...

ResLife: Prepare Staff to Handle Misconduct

Take yourself back to your first semester at Emory. Try to remember the complicated emotions you experienced and the person who got you through them. For some, a roommate or friend from Orientation turned into their confidante....

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