Elana Cates

Managing Editor | Elana Cates is a College senior from San Diego, California, majoring in English and History. She joined the Wheel's Editorial Board her sophomore year as sports editor. In addition to the Wheel, Elana is also a member of the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority and a vice president of the Student Alumni Board.

Business School Graduate Jack Koval Dies at 22

Jack Koval, a recent Goizueta Business School graduate, died in New York City after he was struck by a car while crossing the West Side Highway July 31. He was 22 years old. According to Koval’s mother and father, Bobbi and Joe Koval, Koval was struck by a vehicle while crossing the West Side Highway [...]

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Eagles top Columbus St., Appalachain St.

This past week, the Emory women's tennis team clinched two wins. The first, on Wednesday, Feb. 24, against NCAA Division II Columbus State University (Ga.) resulted in a 7-2 win for the Eagles. On Saturday, Emory went against Appalachian State University (N.C.), winning 6-1. For the Columbus State match, sophomore Bridget Harding defeated her opponent 6-3, 6-3 [...]

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Super Bowl 50: The Commercials Graded

When a 30-second time slot at Super Bowl 50 has the hefty price tag of $5 million, a company better be sure about their ad’s success. While 2016 won’t be hailed as a great year for Super Bowl commercials, there were some gems, as well as plenty of head-scratchers. Heinz “Weiner Stampede” Heinz proved to [...]

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Swim Celebrates Senior Day, Falls to Georgia Tech

This past Friday, the men and women’s swimming and diving teams dominated against Sewanee: The University of the South (Tenn.), not losing a single event as the women won 133-91 and the men won 124-77. The next day, both Emory teams fell to Georgia Tech, the women 152.5-90.5 and the men 192-45. On Friday, the [...]

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Free Speech, No Exceptions

­­­ Illustration by Mariana Hernandez A dark cloud has fallen over American universities, and it could soon loom over Emory, if not already. The fear of offending is killing the right of free speech, and that is scary. We have a responsibility to protect our school from what is happening elsewhere in the country. Now, [...]

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