By Robert Mohr Staff Writer Sewanee’s not like the other schools. We have mandatory comprehensive exams for seniors. We ingrain the natural world into our
Pictured: Meghan Symonds (C’19). Photo courtesy of @SewaneeGolf on Twitter. By Richard Pryor, IIIExecutive Staff As I was preparing to write this article, I searched
By Richard Pryor IIIExecutive Staff Last week, the Atlanta Braves re-signed their second baseman, Ozzie Albies, for a seven-year contract during which he will earn
By Anna MannEditor-in-Chief Often, students fail to understand the flurry of activity surrounding tenure track professors during Easter semester. How are professors selected? What happens
By Lucy RudmanJunior Editor Enacted officially on April 15, 2019, the University drafted a new policy regarding consensual student-faculty and student-staff relationships. The policy, described
Sewanee’s NAACP gathers together to enact change on campus. Photo by Olivier Mbabazi (C’22). By Samuel CarterStaff Writer The NAACP, the National Association for the
Cartoon by Ambreen Khan (C’22).
Cartoon by Max Saltman (C’21).
A 1969 Purple article featured a photo of the first female student to matriculate, Judith Ward Lineback (C’73). By Fleming SmithContributing Writer In a 1970
By Max Saltman Executive Staff “Sewanee’s a pretty cliquey place.” After almost two years here, I’ve heard the above statement many times. Usually, it’s made