Matthew Chupack

Executive Editor | Matthew Chupack (he/him, 24C) is from Northbrook, Illinois, majoring in sociology & religion and minoring in community building & social change on a pre-law track. Outside of the Wheel, Chupack is an exec member for Emory Behind the Glass. In his free time, he enjoys exploring cities, playing with his puppy and listening to country music.

2022 Election Guide

May 24 is election day for the 2022 Georgia primaries, although early voting began on May 2. Any primary races that advance to a runoff will hold an election on June 21, and the general election will take place on Nov. 8. Any general election run-offs will be held on Dec. 6. Georgia primary races [...]

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Crossing the stage, turning tassels

For the first time in three years, Emory University’s graduation and Commencement festivities took place on campus, starting with undergraduate Class Day Crossover on May 5 and culminating in Emory College, Goizueta Business School and the Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing undergraduate graduation ceremonies on May 9. In 2020, graduation and Commencement occurred completely [...]

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The 22 defining stories for the Class of 2022

Acceptance rate drops to 18.5 percent Alex Klugerman | March 28, 2018 Emory University welcomed the Class of 2022 during an admissions cycle with a 16% increase in applicants and an 18.5% acceptance rate, 3.3% decrease from the previous year. Applicants were also more competitive, boasting increased mean standardized test scores as well as a [...]

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Friese, Kumar challenge Board of Elections on constitutionality of SGA presidential runoff election

Emma Friese (24C) and Sruti Kumar (20Ox, 22C) have submitted a challenge to the constitutionality of the run-off election for Student Government Association (SGA) president, alleging that there is no identifiable written procedure in SGA governing documents on how to proceed with elections following a “no confidence” win in the general election.  The Constitutional Council [...]

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A wilting romance: Stepping into Ernest’s ‘Flower Shops’

Aptly named for an album released at the precipice of spring, Ernest’s March 11 album “Flower Shops” feels more like embracing a pollen-filled gust of wind than inhaling a fresh floral aroma.  Yet the teary-eyed effect is what makes the album so intriguing. Ernest’s sophomore album is a sonic and lyrical departure from his hip-hop [...]

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