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Staff Writer
Annie Uichanco (20C) from Tampa, Fla., majoring in music composition and mathematics. She is a coxswain for Emory Crew, a soprano 1 in the University Chorus and a true lefty. She covers sports and writes for arts & entertainment.

Lauren Treiman, a competitive swimmer of eight years, decided in eighth grade to try a sport with more depth. After attending some open water polo clinics at her local recreation ...

Emory women’s soccer wrapped up their regular season with an unfortunate 1-0 loss to the Piedmont College (Ga.) Lions Nov. 2, and a 2-0 shutout over the University of Rochester ...

In 2009, a 17-year-old emigrated from the country of Georgia to the state of Georgia. That 17-year-old is now Emory alumnus Nikoloz Kevkhisvili (13C), who wrote and directed a film ...

For their final weekend of away conference games, the Emory women’s soccer team brought home two road losses. Coming off a three-game undefeated streak, the Eagles first fell short of ...

Emory men’s soccer achieved one of the greatest wins in program history, defeating the No. 1 University of Chicago Maroons 3-0 Oct. 7. The rollercoaster two-week stretch continued Oct. 13 ...

Armed with an appetite for redemption after a tough 4-0 defeat from the top-ranked University of Chicago (Ill.) Maroons Oct. 7, the Eagles survived a weekend of stiff competition at ...

John Mulaney had me at “College is just a $120,000 hooker that you’re in love with, but she’s not going to do anything for you.” Known for his stand-up comedy ...

The Emory women’s soccer team’s three-game winning streak came to an end at home in front of a season-record of 225 fans. Despite a phenomenal performance from both teams, the ...

The Emory women’s soccer team swept the competition in another round of wins this week against Sewanee: The University of the South (Tenn.) and Agnes Scott College (Ga.). The Eagles ...