Zak Hudak

Former Editor-in-Chief | Zak Hudak is from Pittsburgh, Pa. and majored in Classics and Philosophy. He attended The Hill School, a boarding school outside of Philadelphia, where he earned varsity letters in track and baseball and was the Sports Editor and then Editor in Chief of The Hill News. While at Hill, Zak was mentored by former Washington Post Editor and Copy Chief of two Pulitzer Prize winning teams, Tony Reid. Zak Joined the Wheel's Editorial Board his freshman year as Asst. Sports Editor.

Squad Takes Two at Home, Ends Losing Streak

Sophomore guard Michelle Bevan defends against an opposing player. Bevan scored a career-high 15 points against Carnegie Mellon University (Pa.) this past Sunday. | Courtesy of Emory Athletics. The Emory University women’s basketball team bounced back from three consecutive road losses last weekend, with a pair of home nail-biting conference victories over Case Western Reserve [...]

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Athletic Director Tim Downes Announces Resignation

Photo Courtesy of Tim Downes' personal twitter page. Emory Director of Athletics and Recreation Tim Downes announced his resignation today, effective June 30, 2015. Downes plans to then take over as athletic director at Atlanta's Westminster Schools. The decision to leave Emory came months after Downes's wife, who works at the Westminster Schools, told him [...]

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Eagles Show Young Strength at Indoor Icebreaker

Senior Electra Korn runs at the Panther Indoor Icebreaker last Friday. Korn finished third in the 60-meter dash and a second 200-meter dash among non-Division I athletes at the meet. Courtesy of Emory Athletics. By Zak Hudak Sports Editor The Emory Eagles track and field teams faced off with 24 other teams  in their first [...]

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Club Sport With a Varsity Work Ethic

"I wasn't in a frat. I played rugby. I sweated blood. I picked up teeth. This is where I made my best friends," former Emory rugby captain and 2012 graduate Wes Laney said. Trekking about a quarter mile past the baseball field along trees and a stream, you will come to what appears to be [...]

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