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.

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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Abramowitz Develops New Presidential Election Model, Predicts Biden Victory

Alan Abramowitz, the Alben W. Barkley professor of political science at Emory, predicted in his newly-revised, renowned election prediction model that former Vice President Joe Biden will win the upcoming presidential election. Abramowitz is best known outside of academia for his time-for-change model, which has correctly predicted every presidential election between 1988 when George H.W. [...]

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Stacey Abrams Backs Warnock at Emory Dems Event

The Young Democrats of Emory hosted a town hall with Georgia U.S. Senate candidate Raphael Warnock and former Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams in which the two discussed reproductive justice, voter suppression and the separation of church and state. Warnock is the leading democratic candidate in the crowded, 21-candidate special election for one of Georgia’s [...]

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