Maddie Loud Junior Editor At this time last year, I was almost ready to commit to the University of the South, the school that numerous
Keegan Congleton Contributing Writer Almost everybody has enjoyed fried rice at least once. Whether in a restaurant or at home, this simple dish has been
Daphne Nwobike Staff writer When you’ve just immigrated to the United States a few months ago, teaching is even more nerve-wracking. Originally from Moscow, Dr. Maria
Mitch Shakespeare Opinions Editor When I first began working on the Kappa Sigma Saga earlier this semester, I naively believed that I would be able
Caroline Winslow Junior Editor Sewanee has honored a trailblazing icon, Professor Julie Berebitsky, with a portrait and an ongoing women’s portrait fund. Julie Berebitsky’s arrival to
Daphne Nwobike Staff Writer In recent years, “sustainability” has been a buzzword in various sectors of society, including government, academia, and pop culture. Even more profound
Daphne Nwobike Staff writer For most people, deciding to take on a double major or minor requires a lot of consideration, but Elizabeth Fisher (C’25), from
Anna Cook Features Editor A thoughtful, innovative, and atmospheric new restaurant has begun their “soft opening” in the Sewanee village. Centered around the need for an
Mitch ShakespeareOpinions Editor “Your choice of a fraternity at Sewanee is important to you if only for one reason: there aren’t any women up here.
What happened with Sewanee’s Kappa Sigma chapter? Staff member Mitch Shakespeare begins a series through archival research about one of Sewanee’s disbanded fraternity chapters whose stories still circulate the Mountain.