By Marion Sprott-Goldson (T’19)Contributing Writer I have called Sewanee my home for almost three years now. I matriculated in the Fall of 2016, signed my
By Klarke StricklenJunior Editor The slightest sneeze or cough in elementary school meant a trip to the nurse and ultimately a call to our mother
By Robert MohrStaff Writer I love my room in Smith Hall. I’m lucky to have it as a sophomore. Like many of the newer dorms
Comic by Elijah Greiner (C’22).
Cartoon by Ambreen Khan (C’22).
Cartoon by Max Saltman (C’21).
Pictured: Pride flag in the Queer & Ally House window. Photo by Mandy Moe Pwint Tu (C’21). By Katherine LeClairExecutive Staff Two weeks ago, I
By Max SaltmanExecutive Staff I’d had a rough day, so I decided to get a haircut. Not having a car, the only barber I knew
By Oliver HeffronStaff Writer This spring, the University announced a raise in insurance premiums for local Greek organizations (LGOs) by around 400 percent. This is
The 2018-2019 Sewanee Volunteer Fire Department in front of one of the engines. Photo courtesy of Rocky Tips. By Travis Nadalini Contributing Writer One need