by Shari Balouchi The Women’s Center has become a strong force across campus, evidenced by this semester’s first Pinnacle Luncheon held at the Women’s Center
by Kelly Ann Graff The Blind Boys of Alabama shook up the Guerry Auditorium with their performance on Friday September 21.This concert marked the end
by Chris Murphree The crisp air of a Sewanee Sunday. The pleasant aroma of popcorn. The sounds of light jazz music. Such was the scene
by Katie Lafferrandre As Professor Hastings Hensel, grinning, began to introduce poets Maurice Manning and Rodney Jones, the English majors in the room all felt
by Alyson Plasterer On Tuesday, September 18, the Tennessee Williams Center held a reading of Elyzabeth Gregory Wilder’s newest work: A Requiem for August Moon.
by Pagie Wilson In tandem with the Sewanee Performing Arts Series and Theatre Sewanee, Monica Bill Barnes & Company performed at the Tennessee Williams Center
by Leah Terry This year, though, students are reviving the organization. Paul Ricks (C’17) was looking for a place to share his work and to
by Avery Kelly Unpaid internships are quickly gaining a bad reputation. Some of the most well-known companies and organizations that use them — like P.
by Sallie Carter Campus rape and sexual assault, while shockingly common, have not been widely discussed at Sewanee in the past. These things do exist
by Maria Stratienko It was another Saturday night, much like many my friends and I had encountered in our previous three years at Sewanee –