by Adele Ewan Staff Writer In light of the recent string of snowpocalyptic events, it has become apparent that Sewanee is not prone to having
by Virginia Boyd Staff Writer The third year of Sewanee Monologues is taking place on Monday, February 17 at 7 p.m. If you want to
by Virginia Boyd and Austin Conger Staff Writers Ever wake up alone cuddling with your Pub Granger instead of a hot hookup? We have too.
by Rachel Chu Contributing Writer On January 23, freshmen received an email informing pledging freshman women of the mandatory FEED program. The program was described
by David Provost Staff Writer On February 1, 2014, the University Student Senate and Sewanee Administration’s decision to disband the “cstudent” e-mail distribution was enacted.
by K. Crabtree Contributing Writer “Get to the back of the bus, Rosa Parks!” Laughter bounced around the white Bacchus van as the door was
by Andrew Keenan Staff Writer The post-holiday return to Sewanee often brings a sense of excitement, the reunion of students back from abroad, and odd
by Page Forrest Staff Writer Let’s play a game. It’s called “Where’s Bacchus?” Only Bacchus doesn’t have stripes or a hat, so the game’s a
by Katie Kenerly Executive Staff Hey, gang! As we begin another semester, I thought it necessary to bring up an issue that has plagued Sewanee
by Adele Ewan Recently, I went with a few other girlfrands to McClurg for lunch and we decided to sit with some boys on “frat