by Alysse Schultheis Executive Editor On October 24, Sewanee Interfaith held its first Speedfaithing event. After filling plates with delicious cheese and grabbing a cup
by Maren Johnson Staff Writer “Fog Happens” graces much of the Sewanee bookstore’s goods. One moment the weather is ideal, the next it may become
by Tess Steele Staff Writer Sewanee is in a rather remote part of Tennessee. So it’s quite surprising to see advertisements that break the bubble.
By David Provost Staff Writer On the evening of September 30, the Mountain’s Community-Engagement House (often referred to as “the Co-Ho”) launched an informative and
By Anna Nafya Staff Writer As dinner rolls around ,the aromas of McClurg dining fill the air. On Sept. 25 these smells were replaced by the Italian house Spaghetti lesson.
By Lam Ho Executive Staff October 29 marked the first meeting for Justice in Bed, a weekly conversation on sexual ethics held in the Mary Sue Cushman Room of the
By Sam Scott Staff Writer Don’t worry, it wasn’t a bust. Instead, ex-CIA agent Pete Palmer came to Gailor Auditorium on September 30 to share some of the lessons he learned
by Page Forrest Junior Editor Last year, Lillie Belle Viebranz (C’15) applied for a summer internship with the Somaly Mam Foundation (SMF), a company based
by Maren Johnson Staff Writer On Saturday mornings in the fall, the turn-off to Brakefield Road is lined with cars in both directions. Fans dressed
by InSoo Lee Staff Writer This year, Mary Ottley (C’15) and Lillie Belle Viebranz (C’15) will start Sewanee Women Engaging & Empowering Community (SWEEC) through