Sofia Himmel

Sofia Himmel (she/her) (23B) is from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, studying information systems & operations management as well as strategy and management consulting. Outside of the Wheel, Himmel leads the Greek Council for the Emory Hillel and works as a campus manager for a custom apparel company. She is usually spotted around campus with Kaldi's coffee in hand, discussing the frustrations of being a 76ers fan.

Atlanta Hawks are back, kind of

The start of the 2021-2022 NBA season has not been kind to the Atlanta Hawks. After making it to the Eastern Conference Finals last season, the Hawks had high expectations. However, the team has had a slow start to their season, placing fourth out of five teams in the Southeast division of the Eastern Conference.  [...]

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Volleyball celebrates seniors at Emory National Invite

Over the weekend of Oct. 29, Emory University volleyball faced off against Hendrix College (Ark.), Birmingham-Southern College (Ala.) and Berry College (Ga.) in the Emory National Invite at the Woodruff Physical Education Center. The team finished the weekend 2-1 and improved to 21-4 overall.  The Eagles’ senior day fell on Oct. 29, when they played [...]

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Emory soccer begins UAA matches

The Emory men’s and women’s soccer teams competed in their University Athletic Association (UAA) openers this past weekend on Oct. 2 against the University of Chicago (Ill.) Maroons. Having not hosted or played a UAA game in a full year, the Eagles started their campaign ready to hit the field. The women’s game took place [...]

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Volleyball serves up a Classic

From Sept. 3 to 4, Emory University’s volleyball team went undefeated in the first tournament of the season. While an impressive feat, winning is the norm for the Emory women’s volleyball team. The volleyball’s winning culture being on full display is no surprise to Head Coach Jenny McDowell. While winning the first tournament sets the [...]

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Gone for gold: Emory alum wins at Tokyo Olympics

Former Emory University swimmer Andrew Wilson (17C) will return to the U.S. with a new accomplishment following the Tokyo Olympics. Although Wilson wasn’t able to finish with a medal in the individual 100 and 200 breaststroke competitions, he will bring back a gold medal for his contribution to the country’s 4x100-meter men’s medley relay team. [...]

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