By Richard Pryor IIIExecutive Staff Over the last few years, the conversation around Sewanee’s potential business major has been led by Vice Chancellor John McCardell
The Sewanee Tigers celebrate their win against Millsaps. Photo courtesy of sewaneetigers.com. By Harry DavisStaff Writer On Saturday, April 13, the Sewanee baseball team defeated
By Nisrine Hilizah and Christopher HornsbyContributing Writers There has been lots of talk this year about making improvements to Bacchus, and, as a result of
Dear Briana, Where should I look when I’m drinking from the water fountain? I’m constantly shifting my eyes from one place to another. Sincerely,Thirsty and
The logo for the Edible Books Festival. Photo courtesy of Google Images. By Oliver HeffronStaff Writer DuPont Library recently hosted Sewanee’s own Edible Books Festival.
By Caroline Nixon Staff Writer It is that time of year again. The crackle of extensive study guides replaces the laughter and gossip of the
Cartoon by Elijah Greiner (C’22).
Cartoon by Max Saltman (C’21).
Tori Hinshaw (C’19) displays part of her record collection. Photo by Alena Kochinski (C’18). By Vanessa MossExecutive Staff “Rock and roll,” she started, pouring a
McCrady Hall in sunnier weather. Photo courtesy of sewanee.edu. By Joseph MarascuilloStaff Writer McCrady Hall has never been the most luxurious place to live on