By Tristan Benedict Contributing Writer The Music House recently hosted an open mic night, an opportunity for students to perform in an inviting space for
By Mandy Moe Pwint Tu Executive Staff Kallen Esperian came to Sewanee with her clock still on Eastern Time. The clincher: she didn’t realize it.
By Jasmine Huang Junior Editor Kicking the bottom of the wheel with his foot while using his hands to shape the piece, Wesley Smith (C’21)
By Melanie Berends Contributing Writer A series of works by artist and visiting Assistant Professor of art Karen Seapker is currently on display in the
By Sara Brandenburg Contributing Writer Phoebe-Agnès Mills (C’22) has been surrounded by art her whole life. Whether it was through her father’s multiple artistic pursuits
Nathaniel Klein Contributing Writer The image that greets you on arrival in the University Art Gallery is a rally: young people choreographed methodically in tailored
Mandy Moe Pwint Tu Executive Staff This fall, the Tennessee Williams Center will see the return of the 1966 hit musical Cabaret to its stage.
By Lilly Moore Staff Writer Kiese Laymon, professor in English and creative writing at the University of Mississippi, has returned to Sewanee to act as
Luke Williamson Executive Staff Sewanee’s Theatre Department and Outside the Box Theatre recently put on its second annual New Plays in Two Days, an event
By Anna Mann, Executive Editor In kindergarten, Hunter Swenson (C’18) swiped his mother’s film camera from their home in Colorado to take pictures during the school