Matthew Chupack

Matthew Chupack (24C) is from Northbrook, Illinois, majoring in history and sociology on a pre-law track. Outside of the Wheel, Chupack is a freshman representative for Emory Behind the Glass. In his free time, he enjoys exploring different urban areas, watching TV shows and listening to country music.

Dorm Programs, Community Building Events See Little to No Attendance

It’s late night, early morning. The 2019 Freshman Semi-Formal just ended, and hungry first-years are scurrying back to Longstreet-Means Hall for breakfast food prepared by Residence Life (ResLife) staff. Some 200 residents attend, including students from other dorms trying to get food. Resident Advisor (RA) Matthew Nails (22C), who was a Sophomore Advisor (SA) in [...]

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University Recognizes Indigenous Peoples’ Day, Celebrates with Native American Panel

University President Gregory L. Fenves announced in an Oct. 9 email that for the first time, Emory would formally recognize Indigenous Peoples’ Day in honor of the school’s campus being on land historically inhabited by the Muscogee Creek Nation. This holiday, occurring on Oct. 12, coincides with Columbus Day.  “As the Muscogee Creek community continues [...]

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University Makes Slow Progress on Black Student Demands

Nearly two months after Emory committed to advance racial justice in response to demands from the Coalition of Black Organizations and Clubs (CBOC), the University has made slow progress toward realizing the initiatives promised by President Gregory L. Fenves in an Aug. 13 letter to the community. In June, CBOC released a list of demands [...]

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Fears of Isolation, COVID-19 Spread Infect First-Year Experience

From watching fictional TV shows and movies to searching for real clips of life as a college student on YouTube, first-years have held visions of what they expect college to be like since childhood. This semester, however, the college experience has been nothing like they envisioned.  “I had this picture of college in my head [...]

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Teaching From Home: The Trials and Tribulations of Faculty Parents

Illustration by Amy Xia It is no understatement that COVID-19 has drastically altered the daily lives of the student body, but for many professors this change is twofold. Having to adapt an entire semester’s worth of assignments and assessments to remote learning has already been proved difficult enough. But for Senior Lecturer in the Department [...]

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