Meg Butler News Editor Cover photo courtesy of Franklin County Schools. The distinctive reek coming from the produce truck got Franklin County police officer Josh Alexander’s
Amelia Leaphart Editor-in-chief The Purple recently sat down with co-chair of the vice-chancellor search committee, the Rev. Katie Pearson, to discuss Sewanee’s ongoing effort to select
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Meg Butler News Editor A renewed push for a business major at Sewanee has revived disagreements between faculty and administrators about whether such a program would
Amelia Leaphart Editor-in-chief Disparities between faculty and administrators’ hiring and pay continues to fuel debate at Sewanee, despite the recent partial lifting of the faculty hiring
Amelia LeaphartEditor-in-chief Data courtesy of National Center of Education Statistics. The averages are from the IPEDS collection, the data is reported by the institution to
Faculty and staff have struggled for housing on the Mountain for decades. A new University construction loan initiative may help, but may also may take years to shift the market.
Meg ButlerNews Editor Over the summer, the Ecce Quam Bonum (EQB) guide was revised for the 2022-23 academic year. Associate Dean of Students Emily Britt
An LSU police report concludes Donald Abels, Sewanee’s Director of Greek Life, initiated a catfishing scheme to entrap fraternities to break state laws and LSU policy.
Caroline Winslow Junior Editor In August, Sewanee Residential Life brought about changes to the known proctoring policies. Hannah Latimer (C ’23) says that in the