Jack SparkmanExecutive Staff This is the inaugural writing of a–hopefully–reoccurring piece. The writer has interviewed the people involved and constructed a view of their relationship.
Derby Carlson Executive Staff Normally, you can find Shirley Taylor on the second floor of Fulford, where she works as the office manager for the Office
By Claire SmithEditor-in-ChiefPhoto credits to Beylie Ivanhoe. After a two-decade career as an administrator focusing on DEI at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, Dr.
Kristopher KennedyContributing Writer Aries21 March –20 AprilWe know you miss ATO. But you gotta stop spending every Saturday night dancing all alone in the Beer
Jose DiazContributing Writer Cameron Coates is a professor in the Philosophy department at Sewanee as well as a PhD candidate at DePaul University. He developed
Amelia LeaphartExecutive Editor Of the 37,000 Afghans escaping Taliban control to the United States, roughly 415 will be relocated in Tennessee, according to the Associated
Michaela James-ThrowerExecutive Staff Barbara Banks, more commonly known as Ms. B, has made an impact on students across this campus for the past 30 years.
Jose DiazContributing Writer Brent Tate serves as the Interim Food Service Director for the University, a position that he has taken over from Chef Rick
Meredith FrazeeContributing Writer At this time of year in Sewanee, if you are lucky and wise, you may find yourself in a grove of luscious
Kristopher KennedyContributing Writer For the 2021 summer, the Roberson Project on Slavery, Race, and Reconciliation had four interns: Kate Cheever (C’23), Lillian Eels (C’22), Noah