Kevin Kilgour

[email protected] | Kevin Kilgour (18B) is from Wichita, Kan., majoring in English and business administration with a concentration in marketing. This past summer, he worked as a communications and development intern at Global Growers Network. Some of his greatest sports accomplishments include predicting Butler’s 2010 Final Four run and leading PAL Group One Eight (gold is our fate) to an Oxford Olympics championship. One of his goals in life is to write Derrick Rose’s biography.

Van Carrying Track Athletes Overturned in Collision

A van carrying eight members of Emory’s track and field team and two coaches overturned traveling westbound on Highway 280 en route to a meet in Birmingham, Ala. No serious injuries have been reported./ Photo courtesy Jackson Hoit This story will be updated as information becomes available.  Some members of Emory’s track and field team [...]

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Chicago Prevails in PK’s, Ending Emory’s Historic Season

The Eagles watch on as freshman goalkeeper Cole Gallagher competes in penalty kicks. Chicago's perfect performance from the PK spot earned them a 5-3 victory and a trip to the NCAA DIII Tournament Semifinals. Courtesy of Michael Cetta. A total of 110 minutes of regulation play were not enough to determine a victor in this [...]

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Whisky Business: Atlanta’s Best Whiskies

Whiskies of the World offered unlimited samples of around 200 different whiskies from more than 40 different. Tickets were $120 a pop with donations made towards North Atlanta Rotary Club. (Hayley Silverstein/Managing Editor) When Atlanta native Mike Ivey invited his friend Rob Stites to Whiskies of the World in Atlanta, Stites said yes. That’s just [...]

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Mutemath Satisfies Skeptics at the Tabernacle

Kevin Kilgour/Sports Editor After the sudden and yet-to-be-explained departure of drummer Darren King in August, it was uncertain whether or not Mutemath would carry through with their fall tour. But thanks to the recruitment of replacement drummer David Hutchinson, the tour was given the green light. Though King’s departure opened a wound that may never [...]

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Almiron’s Injury Soils Victory

Atlanta United competes at Mercedes-Benz Stadium for the fourth time Sept. 24. The team has yet to lose in their new home. Kevin Kilgour/Sports Editor Entering their Sunday evening matchup against the Montreal Impact, Atlanta United FC had not suffered a loss since the Aug. 23 1-0 slight against D.C. United. This weekend, they continued [...]

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