Ryan Callahan

[email protected] | Ryan Callahan (22C) is from Richboro, Pennsylvania, majoring in philosophy, politics and law. Callahan previously served as the Wheel’s sports editor and currently serves as the Co-President of Emory’s Pre-Law Society. If he’s not at Kaldi’s, you can find him watching the Sixers or replaying the Batman Arkham games.

Sorry Nats Fans, Harper Is Ours Now

Nationals fans, I think you should grab the tissues. Baseball season has begun, and as a die-hard Philadelphia sports fan, it is my duty to remind you that after years of your baseball team being given high expectations and gloriously failing to meet them, the team’s star player decided that his time in  Washington, D.C. [...]

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Patriots Return to Top of NFL

The New England Patriots defeated the Los Angeles Rams 13-3 in the Super Bowl./Courtesy of Daniel Weinberg In what was the lowest-scoring Super Bowl of all time, and one of the dullest, the New England Patriots defeated the Los Angeles Rams, 13-3 in Super Bowl 53 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. After a one-year hiatus, 41-year old [...]

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The Curious Case of Markelle Fultz

In December 2017, retired big man Charlie Villanueva’s toilet was stolen. In the early 2010s, Hall of Famer Dennis Rodman inexplicably became best friends with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un. Former All-Star Gilbert Arenas pulled a gun on his teammate in the Wizards’ locker room in 2009. The NBA is a strange place filled with [...]

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Two Minute Drill With Sydney Leimbach

William Warby/Flickr Senior middle hitter Sydney Leimbach, a psychology major with an English minor from Atlanta,  is fresh off leading the team to their second ever national championship on Nov. 17, recording seven terminations and adding a team-high six blocks in the championship victory over No. 1 Calvin College (Mich.). The team won in three [...]

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Fox, Kings Rout Hawks

The Sacramento Kings routed the Atlanta Hawks on Nov. 1  at the newly renovated State Farm Arena in downtown Atlanta. The 146-115 loss brings the Hawks to a season record of 2-6 while the Kings improve to 6-3. The Kings led the Hawks 69-64 by the end of the first half with high energy on [...]

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