U.S. Men’s Soccer Misses World Cup

Nathaniel Tager, Sports Writer • nmtager16@ehc.edu The United States Men’s National Soccer team has not only let themselves down, but they have let their families, their friends, and the entire nation down. Starting with Jürgen Klinsmann, the national team looked promising in the 2014 World Cup and gave citizens something to smile about after beating out… Read More U.S. Men’s Soccer Misses World Cup

Emory & Henry Students Have Mixed Reactions to NFL Kneeling Controversy

Andrew McClung, Sports Editor • ajmcclung15@ehc.edu Pixabay.com Kneeling in football used to be a normal occurrence, but in 2017 it has become a symbol of change for many football players, as well as a hot topic of debate. Currently in the National Football League (NFL), players have been kneeling for the national anthem as a form… Read More Emory & Henry Students Have Mixed Reactions to NFL Kneeling Controversy

One Student’s Perspective: Should We Keep the U.S. Postal Service Alive?

When I started working for the post office in May 2013, I was able to get an inside look into what life is like behind the front counter of the post office. Many people say that the post office should be dead. Why should this concern us employees of the post office? Because we’re not… Read More One Student’s Perspective: Should We Keep the U.S. Postal Service Alive?

Supreme Court Nominee Neil Gorsuch Faces Historic Filibuster; Expected to Set Precedent

Trump’s Supreme Court nominee is expected to face a partisan filibuster by Democrats. There is debate from both sides on the issue, but if the filibuster goes through, it will be the second-ever partisan filibuster for a Supreme Court nominee. Although President Trump has already made his nomination for the Supreme Court, Democrats such as… Read More Supreme Court Nominee Neil Gorsuch Faces Historic Filibuster; Expected to Set Precedent

Letter from the Editor: On How to Combat Fake News

Fun fact: The Whitetopper accounts for five percent of the overall budget for student life at Emory & Henry. The cost over four years totals nearly $1 million, enough money to give much-needed updates to a handful of buildings on campus. However, most of this money is wasted on ridiculous printing costs for newspapers that… Read More Letter from the Editor: On How to Combat Fake News