Alex Klugerman

Editor-at-Large | [email protected] Alex Klugerman is a senior from Rockville Maryland in the Goizueta Business School, majoring in Business Administration with concentrations in Marketing, Strategy Management Consulting and Film & Media Management. On the Wheel, he’s previously served as News Editor, Associate Editor and Interim Emory Life Editor. For his coverage of the Migos booking scam, he was selected as a finalist for the Society of Professional Journalist in the Breaking News Reporting category in the 2017 Region 3 Mark of Excellence Awards. He also placed first in the 2017 Georgia College Press Association’s Better Newspaper Contest in the category Best News Article Based on Investigative Reporting. Currently, he is involved in the Wheel’s fundraising and planning efforts to commemorate its 100th Anniversary. Outside of the Wheel, Klugerman has interned with CNN in their Mobile + TV Apps product management division and enjoys cycling and travel.

Emory Students Engage in Election

Throughout this tumultuous election season, the two major parties share at least one commonality: college students have participated in the 2016 presidential campaigns on campuses nationwide. Republicans and Democrats on Emory’s campus have both worked in bipartisan efforts to register voters, inform students and separately campaign for their respective candidates, Republican nominee Donald Trump and [...]

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Sterk’s New Adviser Driven by Ethics

Advising the new University president is no easy task, yet newly appointed Senior Adviser to the President Robert Franklin, Jr. aims to approach the challenge of his new position with his ethical principles. Even in a time of social and campus unrest and an increasingly polarized political climate, Franklin places a high intrinsic value on [...]

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Professor Wins Silver, Bronze in Paralympics

In front of thousands of spectators from across the world, Emory Research Professor and alumna Cassie Mitchell (04G, 09PhD) tuned out cheers of “U-S-A, U-S-A!”, looked up at the clouds and thought about cows. It’s all part of her refined technique, which helped Mitchell win a silver medal in the Women’s F51-52 Discus and a [...]

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