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.

Midterm Elections: Vote for the Earth

A recent United Nations climate change report stated that the irreversible effects of climate change will arrive much earlier than one might expect: as soon as 2040. For too long, the world has swept the issue under the rug. The ramifications of climate change are pressing — we are already seeing higher sea levels, stronger [...]

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Team Sends Off Seniors With Solid Showing

Senior setter and right side hitter Carly Saitman attempts to tap the ball over the outstretched arms of Salem College (N.C.). The Eagles swept Salem 3-0 on Oct. 27 at the Emory Invitational. Forrest Martin/Senior Staff The No. 8 Emory volleyball team closed the final home portion of the regular season with a solid showing [...]

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Two Minute Drill With Trey Kolleck

William Warby/Flickr Senior swimmer Trey Kolleck (19B) was named the Men’s UAA Athlete of the Week for his efforts in a meet against Queens University of Charlotte (N.C.) on Oct. 20. Kolleck recorded Division III’s fastest time of the year in the men’s 50-yard freestyle, clocking in at 20.76 seconds. The Newburgh, Ind., native also [...]

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Young’s Late Game Heroics Lead Hawks Past Spurs

The Atlanta Hawks defeated the San Antonio Spurs in an exhilarating preseason matchup at McCamish Pavilion at the Georgia Institute of Technology on Oct. 10, with the game’s winner determined in a thrilling last-minute shot from the Hawks. Hawks rookie point guard Trae Young sealed the deal to the eventful game by making a 30-foot [...]

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Women Bounce Back After Tough OT Loss

Sophomore defender Caroline Moore finesses the ball past the Berry College (Ga.) Vikings on Oct. 2. Moore scored the first goal of Emory's 3-0 shutout in the 30th minute. Kushal Bafna/Contributing The No. 24 Emory women’s soccer team lost a hard-fought game to the No. 1 Washington University in St. Louis (WashU) (Mo.), 2-1 in [...]

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