Jenna Daly

Jenna Daly (she/her) (25C) is from Windsor Locks, Connecticut, majoring in philosophy, politics and law on a pre-law track. Outside of the Wheel, she is on Emory’s Cross Country and Track & Field teams. In her free time, Jenna enjoys hiking, playing Spikeball and reading science fiction novels.

Running on empty: Female runners pressured to slim down to speed up

Female runners often experience body image issues and insecurities that are perpetuated by societal expectations. (Courtesy of Jenna Daly) This is the second article of a series of articles for Women's History Month, spotlighting female empowerment through sports. This article contains discussion of eating disorders and suicide. Until my freshman year of high school, I [...]

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Buzzer beaters in the Big Easy: March Madness 2022

The NCAA Men’s Division I College Basketball Tournament began March 15, kicking off another unpredictable and entertaining March Madness. As always, the 2022 tournament promises its fair share of Cinderella stories, historic playoff runs and outstanding individual performances. The Longwood University (Va.) Lancers earned their first tournament berth in program history after smoking Winthrop University [...]

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Men’s basketball begins tournament play, women’s season comes to a close

Matthew Schner goes for a layup on Feb. 20 (Natalie Sandlow/Contributing) The Emory University men’s and women’s basketball teams celebrated senior day with their final regular season and University of Athletic Association (UAA) matchup against the University of Rochester (N.Y.) Yellowjackets on Feb. 26. The men capped off their impressive regular season with a win, [...]

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Lights, camera, action: Super Bowl LVI

The Wheel Staff is divided in their predictions of which team will walk away from Super Bowl LVI with the Lombardi Trophy. (Ally Hom/Photo Editor) All eyes are on Hollywood as Super Bowl LVI approaches on Feb. 13. The 2021-22 NFL season will come to a close on Sunday at Los Angeles’ SoFi Stadium, and [...]

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Men’s basketball claims first place in UAA standings, Women hold second

Natalie Sandlow/Contributing The Emory men’s and women’s basketball teams squared off against Brandeis University (Mass.) on Jan. 28 before facing New York University (NYU) on Jan. 30 at the University Athletic Association doubleheader. The men’s back-to-back victories helped them secure first place in the UAA standings, while the women remained in the second-place slot after [...]

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