Grace Reyer

Grace Reyer (24C) is from Croton-On-Hudson, New York, possibly majoring in business or psychology. Reyer is on the Emory women’s soccer team and is a huge fan of almost every sport.

I’m a sophomore soccer player, but it’s my first season

Ever since I was 2 years old and could walk, I have played soccer. I have dedicated practically my entire life to the sport — practicing nearly every day, watching soccer on TV and playing pickup with my friends whenever I could. I studied the game and strived to become the best player I could [...]

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Simone Biles: flipping the narrative on mental health

For many, the Tokyo Olympics has brought many intriguing storylines that were missing in 2020. Great Britain’s 13-year-old skateboarder Sky Brown is one of the youngest to ever compete, New Zealand’s Laurel Hubbard is the first openly transgender woman competing in the Olympics and Emory University alum Andrew Wilson (17C) became the first male Division [...]

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Women’s and Men’s Tennis Teams Bring Home NCAA Division III Tennis Championship Trophies

Emory's women's tennis team poses with the NCAA Division III National Championship trophy after winning the tournament. This is the Eagles' eighth title since 1996. (Courtesy of Emory Athletics) On May 26, both Emory’s women’s and men’s tennis teams won the 2021 NCAA Division III National Championship in Chattanooga, Tennessee. The women’s team swept the [...]

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