Students create beaded bracelets to symbolize women’s friendship. Photos by Charlotte Suttee (C’23). By Charlotte SutteeStaff Writer Kappa Delta Sorority (KD) Public Relations Vice President
Isabel Washko (C’22) goes in for a kick. Photo courtesy of sewaneetigers.com. By J.T. Mitchell Staff Writer On Tuesday night, the Sewanee women’s soccer team defeated
By Colton WilliamsExecutive Editor In 2015, student protesters at Georgetown University brought Georgetown’s selling of 272 enslaved people in 1838 into sharp focus. This sale
Dr. Emilie Townes answers questions during her lecture series, “Premeditated Indifference: Facing (In)Justice With the Power of Hope.” Photo courtesy of The University of the
By Richard Pryor IIIExecutive Staff This week, California Governor Gavin Newsom (D) signed a new bill into law – the Fair Play to Pay Act.
By Lucy RudmanJunior Editor On Sunday night, September 3, Sewanee experienced a campus-wide power outage that shut down power in the entire campus and downtown
The Sewanee Tigers tackle the Vikings. Photo courtesy of sewaneetigers.com. By Harry DavisStaff Writer On Saturday, October 5, the Sewanee Tigers lost to tenth ranked
By Anna MannEditor-in-Chief Lee Ann Backlund, dean of admission and financial aid, pulled out her copy of Nathan Grawe’s Demographics and Demand for Higher Education.
By Audrey GibbsContributing Writer There are many shocking aspects to the Sewanee party culture. Depending on the night you go out, you could see anything
Nick and Mary Nickleson, owners of Nick’s Pizza & Pasta, host the ribbon cutting ceremony for their pizzeria in August 2019. Photo courtesy of the