Andrew Feld

Andrew Feld (23C) is from Marietta, Georgia, completing a joint major in human health and economics along with a minor in Earth and atmospheric science. He is a former Emory Baseball player, and in addition to writing for the Wheel, he is a Vice President of the Talks branch in TableTalk. If he’s not working out or playing basketball, Feld is likely watching his longtime favorite New Orleans Saints suffer another playoff heartbreak.

Emory Sports Teams Resume Practice With Restrictions, Few Athletes Able to Attend

After President Gregory L. Fenves announced on Oct. 15 that the spring semester would remain virtual, the possibility of Emory athletes losing yet another season to the COVID-19 pandemic became all the more likely. However, on Dec. 21, Assistant Athletic Director for Student-Athlete Success and Compliance Audrey Hester notified athletes of plans to hold official [...]

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Negatives Outweigh Positives in Holding 2021 NBA All-Star Game

On Feb. 4, the NBA announced its plans to hold the All-Star Game and Skills Challenge in Atlanta on March 7. Since then, however, there has been much debate among players, coaches and fans as to whether the festivities should be held. The decision to hold one is irresponsible, and the NBA should not have [...]

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MLB Hall of Fame: When Polarization Clashes With a Moral Reckoning

The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, located in Cooperstown, New York, is home to the most talented and accomplished baseball players to ever play the game. For baseball players all over the world, induction into the Hall represents the game’s greatest honor and is a sign of recognition for all that they have [...]

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