Opinion

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 ...

As a political entity, the U.S. is often motivated by anger and rage: look no further than the readiness to judge and condemn Covington Catholic High School students in what ...

On Sunday night, Atlanta welcomed the Los Angeles Rams and New England Patriots at the recently opened Mercedes-Benz Stadium. However, the Super Bowl festivities were underlined by controversy over issues ...

Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam’s association with a racist yearbook image and his dismal response to its discovery demonstrate that he is unfit to be governor. Northam, a Democrat, refused to ...

On May 28, 1963, a group of black college students staged a sit-in at a Woolworth’s lunch counter in Jackson, Miss., during the height of the Civil Rights Movement. The ...

After the targeted voter purges in the 2018 midterm election, Georgia’s Republican-controlled legislature should seriously consider passing House Bill 6 to restore public faith in the electoral process. Proposed by ...

Student Government Association (SGA) handles more than $1 million in Student Activities Fees (SAF) each year. However, recent events suggest they may be incapable of shouldering that responsibility. More than ...

When asked what the difference between Democrats and Republicans is, former President Bill Clinton said, “In every presidential election, Democrats want to fall in love. Republicans just fall in line.” ...