Zak Hudak

By Zak Hudak Sports Editor The men’s basketball team began their regular season with a 104-77 home win over the Oglethorpe University (Ga.) Stormy Petrels on Tuesday. “They’re a good team and we came out prepared,” senior point guard Mike ...

By Zak Hudak Sports Editor You have to wonder if “Ouija” was produced with the specific aim of being characterized in whichever new (pre-) teen or horror movie spoof is inevitably made this year. I, likely as a result of ...

  By Zak Hudak Sports Editor The Emory women’s basketball team fell to Division I Kennesaw State University (KSU) (Ga.) last Saturday in a season-opening exhibition. The final score was 108-56. The Kennesaw State Owls dominated the Eagles from the ...

By John Keuler & Zak Hudak The volleyball team was in action this weekend in Chicago, Ill. where they battled conference foes in the second edition of this season’s University Athletic Association (UAA) Round Robin tournament. Over two days, the ...

By Nick Bradley & Zak Hudak The Emory men’s and women’s cross country teams posted satisfying performances at Saturday’s Inter-Regional Rumble hosted by Oberlin College (Ohio). The men finished with 281 points, ranking 11th out of 34 teams, and the ...

Emory women’s tennis team junior Beatrice Rosen, sophomore Katarina Su and freshman Anna Fuhr competed in the USTA/ITA National Small College Championships, held in Sumter, S.C. last week. Rosen finished third in the singles draw and the pair of Su ...

Women’s Tennis Emory junior Beatrice Rosen, sophomore Katarina Su and freshman Anna Fuhr competed in the USTA/ ITA Small College Nationals, held in Sumter, S.C. last week. Rosen finished finished third in the singles draw and the pair of Su and ...

News Editor Dustin Slade, code-named “The Server,” emerged victorious in The Emory Wheel’s laser tag tournament last weekend. The tournament was held at Laser Quest Gwinnett in Duluth, Georgia. The editorial board of the Wheel and a group of eight-year ...

Dooley Dooley, Lord of Misrule, first appeared on the Emory scene in an essay in the school’s literary journal The Emory Phoenix. He began his tenure as Emory’s resident skeleton hanging in a biology classroom, giving him plenty of time ...