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.

Elections Marred With Controversy

Although the Student Government Association (SGA) Spring elections normally go off without a hitch, this year’s races were riddled with an unprecedented amount of controversy. The SGA presidential election, which saw Dwight Ma (17Ox, 19C) prevail with 76.54 percent of the vote to opponent Elias Neibart’s (20C) 23.46 percent in a run-off election, proceeded several [...]

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News Roundup | 4.4.18

Cox Hall Clock Tower to Honor MLK In honor of the 50th anniversary of civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr.’s assassination, the Cox Hall Clock Tower will chime 39 times on April 4 at 7:05 p.m., according to Associate Director of University Media Relations Elaine Justice. In addition, students will be distributing small bells [...]

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Zhang Resigns After Constitutional Council Recommends Her Removal, ‘No Action’ in CC Elections

The Constitutional Council convenes Friday to discuss its first case in years. Elections Board Chair Betty Zhang (20C) told the Wheel that she plans to resign from her position after the Constitutional Council recommended she resign or be impeached. In its first case in years, the Constitutional Council upheld incoming College Council (CC) President Radhika [...]

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Neibart Retracts Comments Against Same-Sex Marriage After Backlash

After backlash from Emory students, Student Government Association (SGA) presidential candidate Elias Neibart (20C) said that he “disavows” comments he made on Facebook nearly three years ago against same-sex marriage. “[Same-sex] marriage normalizes a relationship that is antithetical to the true prospering and flourishing of children. Children deserve a mother and father,” Neibart wrote on [...]

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