The logo for the Edible Books Festival. Photo courtesy of Google Images. By Oliver HeffronStaff Writer DuPont Library recently hosted Sewanee’s own Edible Books Festival.
Student dancers pose in the University Art Gallery. Photo by Olivier Mbabazi (C’22). By Szonja SzuropExecutive Staff The University Art Gallery recently hosted an opening
Pictured: Musician Charles Stehno (C’20). Photo courtesy of Stehno. By Lilly MooreStaff Writer Charles Stehno (C’20) could be aesthetically revered as Arctic Monkeys’ Alex Turner
Kallan Esperian performs alongside the Sewanee Orchestra. Photo by Olivier Mbabazi (C’22). By Lucy RudmanJunior Editor In a farewell concert to the beloved Dr. César
By Mandy Moe Pwint TuExecutive Staff At a poetry event on campus, Jackson Harwell (C’22) heard a poem written and read by a community member.
One of Ivey Dahlstorm’s (C’19) photographs printed with platinum palladium. Photo courtesy of Dahlstorm. By Rob Mohr Staff Writer Ivey Dahlstrom’s (C’19) senior art exhibit,
Chi Psi dances to “Work From Home” by Fifth Harmony. Photo by Robert Mohr (C’21). By Katherine LeClairExecutive Staff Sewanee Idol, an annual talent show
Pictured: Ethan White (C’21). Photo by Mandy Moe Pwint Tu (C’21). By Jeremy O’NeillStaff Writer Music has been an important part of the life of
Kallen Esperian performs in Guerry Auditorium. Photo by Robert Mohr (C’21). By Robert MohrStaff Writer World-renowned singer and artist-in-residence Kallen Esperian brought her vocal talents
Lala Hilizah (C’21) stands alongside portraits in duPont Library. Photo by Mandy Moe Pwint Tu (C’21). By Mandy Moe Pwint TuExecutive Staff Lala Hilizah (C’21)