Cartoon by Max Saltman (C’21). By Luke GairExecutive Staff I found myself standing before the microwave a few nights back. It purred, barely lighting my
By Erin DockeryContributing Writer “Because the city has already forgotten my features / The way they forget to notice yield signs and trash bins /
God telling Max to cheat on his finals. By GodContributing Writer(As told to His prophet, Max Saltman, Executive Staff) Cheat on your finals. It’s ok.
Alexa Fults (C’21) addresses the student body. Photo courtesy of Fults. By Alexa S. Fults, Chair of the Honor CouncilContributing Writer Dear friends, Before I
By Nellie FaganContributing Writer I’ve been facing an ongoing struggle between grieving the lost time at Sewanee and feeling guilty for feeling sorry for myself.
Album artwork for Jeremy Zucker’s love is not dying. By Rob Mohr and Mary Katherine Saye Executive Staff MK: If you’re not looking for some heartbreak
By Robert MohrExecutive Staff Maybe I’m in the minority on this one, but I don’t remember watching Bambi as a kid. I’m sure I did,
A spring sunset in Sewanee. Photo courtesy of Vanessa Moss. By Vanessa MossStaff Writer One month into quarantine, a senior and Sewanee local reflects on
Pictured: Wilder McCocy (C’20). Photo courtesy of McCoy. By Luke Gair Executive Staff While most Americans regard oil, coal, labor, and related resources as characteristics of
Cartoon by Max Saltman (C’21).