Students study at Stirling’s with the advantage of updated furniture. Photo courtesy of Caroline Jacobs (C’23). By Mary Katherine SayeContributing Writer As a freshman new
By Alexis McKnight Contributing Writer Eduroam, the new WiFi update has missed the mark on attempting to resolve connectivity issues on campus. This update came
By Garrett Lucey and Mary Margaret MurdockContributing Writers In our opinion, one of the biggest problems that Greek Life faces is hazing. As members of
By Robert Mohr Staff Writer Sewanee’s not like the other schools. We have mandatory comprehensive exams for seniors. We ingrain the natural world into our
Cartoon by Ambreen Khan (C’22).
Cartoon by Max Saltman (C’21).
By Max Saltman Executive Staff “Sewanee’s a pretty cliquey place.” After almost two years here, I’ve heard the above statement many times. Usually, it’s made
The class of 2018 exits All Saints Chapel after their commencement ceremony. Photo courtesy of Sewanee’s Flickr. By Lucy Rudman & Klarke StricklenJunior Editors Ah,
By Lucy RudmanJunior Editor I have multiple friends that are Arcadian ambassadors. We’ve all seen them walking around campus, gowned and important, guiding groups of
Students and faculty discuss representation at the OCCU’s event Passages and Perspectives earlier this semester. Photo courtesy of Buck Butler (C’89). By Mandy Moe Pwint