By Sophia Henderson Staff Writer Now that Charlie Rose’s honorary degree has been revoked, it seems that we as a community stand at a crossroads.
Photo courtesy of Google Images. By Fleming Smith Editor-in-Chief The Board of Regents voted with a two-thirds majority to revoke Charlie Rose’s honorary degree
By Nora Walsh-Battle Contributing Writer What do Nathan Bedford Forrest and Charlie Rose have in common? A lot, actually, both proven and presumed, even beyond
By Lucas Crossland Contributing Writer Whether to keep or revoke Charlie Rose’s honorary degree is not my decision, so I won’t try to persuade you
By Fleming Smith Editor-in-Chief After the University’s Board of Regents decided to maintain Charlie Rose’s honorary degree on February 15, citing a reluctance to “condemn
By Fleming Smith and Anna Mann Executive Staff On February 22, more than 200 students, faculty, seminarians, and community members gathered in the University Quad
By Richard Pryor III Executive Staff To to the leaders of the University of the South: I have debated over how best to
Fleming Smith Editor-in-Chief While the University’s Board of Regents congregated during the week of February 5, student trustees Claire Brickson (C’18) and Mary Margaret
“Mr. Rose has received many honorary degrees from many institutions, including Duke and Georgetown,” McCardell continued.
by Page Forrest Contributing Writer As more individuals find the courage to speak out regarding sexual harassment and assault they have endured at the hands