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Emory’s ties to Saudi Arabia raise an important question: to what extent should universities factor their moral values into the partnerships they pursue?    Emory has decided to maintain its ...

The 2018 midterms were full of the classic back-and-forth partisan rancor Americans have come to expect from their representatives. This cycle, however, the Republicans honed in on a new Democratic ...

When families were being separated at the southern United States border, politicians from both sides of the aisle and the general public decried President Donald J. Trump’s administration’s actions. But ...

The Wheel Debates are written by members of the Barkley Forum. The views argued below do not necessarily reflect each debater’s personal opinions.

For right-wing conservatives like me, Medicare for all is a nightmare. But for the Democratic politicians who lean increasingly toward cheap leftist populism, it is an attractive idea to appease ...

Last month, a Massachusetts court heard opening arguments from a nonprofit group called Students for Fair Admissions, which is suing Harvard University. The trial centers around alleged racial discrimination in ...

The news business seems, today, to be business first, news second. Whenever President Donald J. Trump tweets, he causes a blast of stories from mainstream news outlets. Trump coverage has ...

The Wheel Debates are written by members of the Barkley Forum. The views argued below do not necessarily reflect each debater’s personal opinions.

The U.S. education system suffers from an achievement gap — a variance in educational outcomes for groups of students in America’s K-12 education system. The National Education Association identifies racial ...