“Theme houses are a form of alternative housing for students similar to residence halls in some respects, but are designed to give students the opportunity to live with like minded individuals in pursuit of a common theme or idea.”
“The grain stomp was an awesome way to learn about the food gathering techniques used by ancient peoples as well as have fun with some friends at the farm. I really hope they do it again” Says Clifford (‘20).
“Both governments decided it was time to open the first Peruvian embassy in the Emerald Isle of Ireland as a way to enhance the commercial and cultural relations between the two countries.”
“I would see any band I would read any book, I would see any movie, I was so excited to just experience whatever kind of art I could, and I always wanted to be the kind of person who was interested in cultural events or objects.”
“One of my friends said to me while I was there, ‘We’re building something, we just don’t know what the end will be,’” Montgomery recalled.
“Although we did have a fair share of travelling and seeing the brilliant features that Ghana offered like Wli Falls, West Africa’s tallest waterfall, the most impactful moments were those centered around observing, learning, and understanding the new world that surrounded us.”
“This is the most diverse first year class at Sewanee.”