Camille PfisterJunior Editor Eighteen students, divided into four teams, gathered on blankets on the Writing House’s front lawn as Writing House resident Cam Williams (C
Grace TruettStaff Writer The Sewanee Fog radio station is tucked away on the top floor of Bishop’s Common. A handmade sign at the end of
Grace TruettStaff Writer It’s the end of the first week of classes and Stirlings is bustling, the indoor area once again open to the public.
Michaela James-Thrower Executive Staff Josh Bryant (C’22) is a budding artist from Washington, DC. Specializing in portrait drawings while creating comic strips on the side, Bryant
Photo by Kimberly Williams By Frances Marion Givhan Junior Editor Dreams: so baffling that psychologists have attempted to analyze and interpret them throughout the years.
Photo courtesy of http://stmariecathedral.org/ By Simon Boes Staff Writer Perfection took on a new meaning as the King Singer’s came to the University of the
By Sophie Clark Staff Writer Saturday, April 11, marked the much awaited Leg and Salmon event at the Green House. There was a medley of
By Grayson Ruhl Executive Staff On Wednesday, April 15, Ellen Handler Spitz visited Sewanee to present an enlightening and endearing public discussion in the Torian
By Page Forrest Managing Editor Photo courtesy of Boy Named Banjo What do Billy Joel, Kendrick Lamar, and Mumford & Sons all have in common?
By Marion Givhan Junior Editor Photo by Kimberly Williams On the weekends, people seem to magically appear at the Pub after a night full of