Camille PfisterJunior Editor Eighteen students, divided into four teams, gathered on blankets on the Writing House’s front lawn as Writing House resident Cam Williams (C
Amelia LeaphartExecutive Editor Of the 37,000 Afghans escaping Taliban control to the United States, roughly 415 will be relocated in Tennessee, according to the Associated
On Saturday, September 4, The Roberson Project on Slavery, Race, and Reconciliation held its third community history reunion day focused on the St. Mark’s community.
Meridith FrazeeContributing Writer When I received word of the September 4 COVID policy update, I was living in an isolation space provided by the University.
Peter BurdittStaff WriterPhoto by Rob Mohr (C’22). After some 640 days since a real meet, the University cross country team’s drive did not stop as
Meg ButlerContributing Writer Amid concerns over the Delta variant, The University of the South updated its policies regarding student and faculty behaviors and procedures surrounding
Jack LarishContributing Author On Friday, September 17, Sewanee parents congregated on the Domain for Parents’ Weekend. Among the festivities was the gowning of the newest
Grace TruettStaff Writer The Sewanee Fog radio station is tucked away on the top floor of Bishop’s Common. A handmade sign at the end of
Michaela James-ThrowerExecutive Staff Barbara Banks, more commonly known as Ms. B, has made an impact on students across this campus for the past 30 years.
Below is a letter submitted by the Sewanee chapter of the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) to the administration of the University of the