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Editorial Board member Tarrek Shaban (17C) and Business Manager Nathan Janick (17B) claimed the first- and second-round victories, respectively, in laser tag played in the Wheel’s March 2 tournament at Laser Quest in Duluth, Ga. Prior to the start of ...
Pain is an unavoidable consequence of competitive cycling, one which Cotton embraces with open arms.

Searching for one’s passion can often be a long journey. Some people wait half a lifetime before they discover their source of unexplainable joy. Many wait longer. But for Emory senior Micah Cotton, the discovery came easily. Over the past ...

The Chicago Blackhawks and New York Rangers both compiled victories over the past week and earned themselves a place among the Wheel’s top five teams in the National Hockey League. Both squads enjoyed offensive productions from their top line of ...

“We’re so excited that we performed well last year, but this year our goal is really to win the National Championship,” said Amy Wray, Emory softball’s senior captain and outfielder/second baseman. While an ambitious goal for the softball team, the ...

With highly effective play from their star forwards and goaltender Braden Holtby, the Washington Capitals are red-hot. Their impressive play once again earned the club from our nation’s capital the place of No. 1 team in the NHL. Holtby won ...

After nearly four months of grueling competition, all 30 NHL teams enjoyed a four-day reprieve from the constant grind of games and practice. Some of the biggest storylines from first half of the season included the dominance of the Washington ...

Three teams from the Metropolitan Division — the Washington Capitals, Pittsburgh Penguins and Columbus Blue Jackets —  had nearly flawless weeks and earned themselves the distinction of the top three teams in the National Hockey League (NHL). For most of ...
Emory junior point guard Whit Rapp's ability to distribute is a key factor in the Eagles' offensive balance. Photo courtesy of Emory Athletics.

The Eagles competed in their second road invitational this past weekend, losing their first game Friday to LaGrange College (Ga.) 84-95 before a better showing Sunday in a 71-62 win over Maryville College (Tenn.). The two games, played at Oglethorpe ...
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Eighteen members of The Emory Wheel’s editorial board voted Monday on three amendments to the newspaper’s current constitution. The amendments address the Wheel’s internal structure and ethical considerations. Amendments one and three passed unanimously, while amendment two passed with one ...