Gustavo Borjas

Gustavo Borjas (21C) is from Orlando, Florida and was born in Maracaibo, Venezuela. He is majoring in biophysics and biology. Outside of the Wheel, Borjas is a lab assistant in the Finzi Lab in the physics department and vice president of finance for the Emory chapter of PhiDE Medical Fraternity. He loves obstacle course races, wrestling and hanging out with his dogs.

Crime Report: Fraudulent Job Offers, Briarcliff Campus Break-in

Fraudulent Job Offers Target Students The Emory Police Department (EPD) has seen a surge in fraudulent job offers in the past two weeks, according to EPD Records Manager Ed Shoemaker. At least 20 fraudulent offers were reported to EPD or the Emory Career Center. At least one student is known to have accepted a fake [...]

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Emory Political Science Professors Break Down the 2020 Election Cycle

Abramowitz, Fraga Explain Results, Importance of Georgia in Coming Months Alben W. Barkley Professor of Political Science Alan Abramowitz and Associate Professor of Political Science Bernard Fraga debriefed the 2020 election on Nov. 5, specifically focusing on polling and trends in the American electorate. Carla Freeman, the executive associate dean of Emory College of Arts [...]

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Buffalo Wild Wings to Replace Romeo’s Pizza

A new Buffalo Wild Wings (BWW) location will replace the now-permanently closed Romeo’s New York Pizza in Emory Village next year. The popular chain restaurant will open under BWW’s new “GO” brand, which is centered around takeout and delivery service. Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons A BWW spokesperson told the Wheel the company is “thrilled to [...]

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As Political Campaigns Heat Up, Students Feel the Pressure

This semester, many Emory students have plunged into the world of political campaigning during a pandemic that has completely upended how candidates run, fundraise and reach out to voters. With less than two weeks until the election, student interns and campaign workers are logging more in the homestretch. With most campaigns resorting to virtual events [...]

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