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.

Anthony Fauci to Deliver 2021 Commencement Address

Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) Anthony Fauci will deliver the 2021 Commencement address for Emory College of Arts and Sciences and receive the Emory University President’s Medal, University President Gregory Fenves announced in a student-wide email on Feb. 24. He will virtually address the Class of 2021 live on [...]

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Board of Trustees Members Donated $225,500 to Republican Campaigns in 2020

Members of Emory’s Board of Trustees, the highest governing body of the University, gave $225,500 to Republican political campaigns and PACs in the 2020 election, representing 67% of all political donations by Board members during the 2020 cycle, Federal Election Commission (FEC) filings show. Around $56,000, or 17%, went to Democratic campaigns and PACs and [...]

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University to Vaccinate Select Faculty, Staff and Students

In a University-wide email sent on Jan. 6, Emory announced it will invite faculty, staff and learners “whose work includes direct patient care under the currently authorized Tier 1A” to be vaccinated against COVID-19.   The email, sent by Executive Director for COVID-19 Response and Recovery Amir St. Clair, is the University’s first announcement regarding its [...]

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EPD to Launch Statistics Dashboard, Reestablish Community Advisory Board

Emory Police Department (EPD) will implement a dashboard of the department’s data, including the status and findings of investigations and the demographics of those involved within the next few weeks, according to EPD Chief Rus Drew. Emory ID will not be required to access the database. All “pertinent” EPD policies, including use-of-force guidelines, investigation procedures [...]

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First-Time Voters Share Experiences on Voting in Georgia

As the early voting period in Georgia kicked off this week, many took to the polls to perform a ritual with which they’re intimately familiar: voting. But with the 2020 election only weeks away, a new group of individuals will be voting for the first time in their lives: young college students.  Student Organizations Rally [...]

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