Mia Han

Mia Han (24C) is from Burlington, Massachusetts, planning to major in business. Outside of the Wheel, Han plays on the Emory women’s soccer team. She is a coffee addict, a dog person and enjoys anything in the outdoors.

Annika Urban’s Uphill Run to the Record Books

Three members on the Emory University track and field teams were named University Athletic Association (UAA) Athlete of the Week on April 12. Among them was sophomore distance runner Annika Urban who set a school record in the 5000m race on April 9 at the Flames Invitational, placing fifth in the event with a time [...]

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Emory and Atlanta Leaders Discuss Black Women in Sports

On March 18, Emory University hosted a panel of female athletes of color who spoke about the prevalence of racial inequality in sports and their personal experiences as Black female athletes. The panel highlighted the struggles they’ve endured throughout their careers and the hardships they continue to face. The University’s history department sponsored the event. [...]

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One Year Ago in Emory Sports: What Could’ve Been for Emory Athletes

It’s hard to envision a world before the pandemic where people wandered without masks, ate meals together in large groups and played sports. Eventually, and hopefully, sports will be in full force again, but for now we can reminisce on one year ago today in Emory sports history.  The women’s golf team came in fourth [...]

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Emory Healthcare Workers Attend Super Bowl LV

The Super Bowl has been sacred to the United States ever since the first big game saw the Kansas City Chiefs take on the Green Bay Packers in 1967. A raging pandemic couldn’t halt this tradition.  On Feb. 7, 23 Emory Healthcare and Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta workers attended the Super Bowl LV, courtesy of [...]

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