Jenna Daly

Jenna Daly (she/her) (25C) is from Windsor Locks, Connecticut, majoring in philosophy, politics and law. She is also on Emory’s Cross Country and Track & Field teams. Daly was involved with her high school newspaper for four years and is excited to join the Emory Wheel.

Emory students react to Braves’ World Series victory

As Atlanta revels in the excitement of winning a World Series for the first time in 26 years, Emory University students have mixed reactions to the Braves' victory. Some students were thrilled to participate in the festivities, donning jerseys in the days following Game 6 and making the trip to Truist Park for the victory [...]

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BRAVES WIN FIRST WORLD SERIES IN 26 YEARS

The Atlanta Braves are the World Series champions for this first time since 1995. (Ally Hom/Photo Editor) With the late Hank Aaron casting a comforting eye on the team, the Atlanta Braves on Tuesday clinched their second World Series in the city. It’s Atlanta’s first title since 1995, when Coolio’s “Gangsta’s Paradise” topped the Billboard [...]

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Braves upset Brewers to advance to NLCS

The Atlanta Braves beat the Milwaukee Brewers in the National League Division Series (NLDS) from Oct. 8 to 12 to clinch a spot in the National League Championship Series (NLCS), which started on Oct. 16. Their performance in the shortened 2020 season, particularly in the postseason where they fell one game short of making the [...]

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Goals for Girls: Emory women’s soccer supports Reclaim Childhood

Emory's women's soccer team is raising money for Reclaim Childhood for every goal they score. (Lin Yu/Contributing Photographer) Emory University women’s soccer has kicked off their season with 38 goals scored through their first month of play. While any goal is exciting, these particular goals have served a greater purpose than just bringing the team [...]

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