Ninad Kulkarni

News Editor | [email protected] Ninad Kulkarni (22C) is from Hyderabad, India, majoring in economics and mathematics. Outside of the Wheel, he is involved in undergraduate research and is a teaching assistant. You can catch him cheering for Bayern Munich and making poor attempts at playing sports.

For the Fourth Consecutive Year, Emory Remains No. 21 Nationwide

The U.S. News and World Report (USNWR) named Emory No. 21 among national universities for the fourth year in a row as part of its “Best Colleges” guide, which was released Sunday night. Emory has stayed in this position since 2017 when it dropped from No. 20. USNWR determines its ranking by calculating weighted scores [...]

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Protesters Demand Closure of Yerkes National Primate Research Center

New University President Gregory L. Fenves was named frequently during the protest. Around 20 protesters gathered at the Emory University sign on Dowman Drive to protest animal research conducted at the Yerkes National Primate Research Center, demanding the center’s closure on Wednesday morning. Members of the animal rights group Animal Activism Mentorship led the protest, [...]

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What’s Open? A Guide To Campus Buildings This Fall

Many buildings and campus amenities remain open under reduced hours and limited capacity./Isaiah Poritz, Executive Editor As students settle in for the semester, many still live on or near campus where a limited number of amenities remain open. We’ve compiled a list of campus buildings and facilities and their accessibility this semester. Libraries All libraries [...]

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Emory Announces 14 Positive Cases After First Round of Testing, Mandates Retesting of On-Campus Students

Fourteen out of 8,527 students, faculty and staff tested positive between Aug. 1 and Aug. 18./Caelan Bailey, Contributing Emory administrators wrote in an Aug. 20 email to faculty and staff that 10 students and four faculty and staff members tested positive for COVID-19 out of 8,527 administered tests, a 0.16% positivity rate. Testing occurred between [...]

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Emory Professor Announces Bid to Serve Remainder of John Lewis’ Term

While many Emory faculty members juggle a virtual fall semester during a pandemic, one professor seeks to take over a congressional seat previously occupied by the “conscious of Congress.” Robert Franklin, the James T. and Berta R. Laney professor in moral leadership at the Candler School of Theology, is running to replace deceased civil rights [...]

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