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Albert Zhang
Assistant News Editor
[email protected] | Albert Zhang (22C) is from Dallas, but grew up in California’s Central Valley. He previously served as a Staff Writer for the Wheel. His reporting has uncovered financial accounting errors within Emory student organizations, confusion among student leaders fighting over funding and plans for live-animal experimentation at a biomedical research facility. Outside the Wheel, Albert is interested in exploring biomedical applications of machine learning and has co-authored two peer-reviewed publications on deep neural networks and computational data analysis.

Conservative political commentator Michael Knowles took to the Harland Cinema stage on Feb. 11 to condemn liberal policies on climate change and diversity, in addition to arguing the pros of ...

Diplomat and political activist Andrew Young is scheduled to speak at the 2019 Commencement ceremony, according to a Feb. 11 University press release. The civil rights icon has worked with ...

Emory University endorsed a comment by the American Association of Universities (AAU) criticizing the recently proposed Title IX regulations for “infringement on universities’ autonomy and expertise,” according to Vice Provost ...

Nearly three months have passed since Student Government Association (SGA) discovered it over-allocated funds by $28,019.33 this year, and student leaders remain unclear about how they plan to correct the ...

After a five-day recruitment process, 274 women opened their sorority bid cards together on McDonough Field on Sunday to discover which sorority had selected them as members. This year’s recruitment ...

Confused about the SGA audit and its potential impacts? The Wheel broke it down: What did SGA audit? SGA commissioned a committee to collect data on undergraduate student club participation ...

Student Governance Services (SGS) is conducting a review of all student organization financial accounts after SGS realized that employees who performed a software upgrade in 2008 and 2009 might have ...

College Council (CC) is in the process of creating a new legislative liaison position to increase communication between the legislative and executive branches after some legislators said they felt “out ...

After the Georgia secretary of state certified Republican Brian Kemp’s victory in the 2018 Georgia gubernatorial election on Nov. 17, Emory students and professors are grappling with the aftermath of ...