Category: Wheel

Insighter October 26

Sitting on the Quad on Tuesday, I'm the only one. No one crosses it, no one uses it. Maybe it's because it's still wet, but that doesn't bother me. I have an old Emory sweatshirt that I throw into the grass, and I plop myself in the middle of the sunny expanse far away from [...]

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Electoral System Alienates Voters

The problem with "one man, one vote" as we call it in the United States is that it is not true. This is the case for a multitude of reasons, and is exemplified in our collective demeanor with respect to the presidential election. Namely, it is exemplified by our Electoral College system, and how it [...]

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Trendy Tuesdays

Floral patterns for spring may not seem original, but this year designers have revitalized the trend in a big, bold and romantic way in their new collections. From all-over motifs to floral textures, models were cascading down the runways in pretty petals. While Peter Som, Suno and Rebecca Minkoff used light, pastel hues to accentuate the [...]

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Supporting Free Speech Doesn’t Mean Supporting Homophobia

Nobody in America would disagree that everyone has a right to free speech. Although, as demonstrated by conservatives who were gleeful by the Citizens United ruling, money is as much speech as speech is. Therefore, I was disappointed to read the two articles in Tuesday's edition of the Wheel essentially calling people that advocate against [...]

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Removing Chick-fil-A is Not Censorship

There is a time and place for listening and for thoughtful consideration. But there is also a point at which one is obligated to assert, to stand up, and to deny what they, after careful examination, perceive as wrong. It has been suggested by some that calls for the removal Emory's Chick-Fil-A from campus are [...]

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