By Chris Murphree At the Ayres Multicultural Center, students, professors and community members alike gathered into the common room on Aug. 29. The office of
By Adam Roberts When I was first asked to write an opinion piece for the Purple, I was excited and slightly anxious. Excited because I
By Sara Jane Kachelman On Aug. 11, I joined 105 other freshmen as the premiere class of Finding Your Place. We showed up with diverse
By Alli Smith Screeeech, screeeeech… The entirety of my first morning in McClurg was filled with the complaining screeches of tables being pushed together, chairs
by Julia Wallace Even as a senior, McClurg can be a daunting space. Not including the few that live off campus, every student goes at
by Conner Anderson Every now and then, a momentous figure sets his (or her, maybe) foot down on the University of the South’s historic campus.
By Jack Russell The football field has new turf. People walk and play on it. They added it this summer. Everyone is excited. Many people
By Rebecca Hannigan As the academic life in Sewanee settles into new classes and schedules, fall sports are also returning. Volleyball is among those sports,
by Conner Anderson As exams begin to take their toll and students begin to yearn for some summer relaxation, it’s important to remember the value
by Tue Vo A simple version of the plot: Dante, now a generic guy in the fast-paced modern big city, lost his way of life.