by InSoo Lee Staff Writer The Sewanee Symphony Orchestra and the University Jazz Ensemble presented their second annual Halloween Concert on October 31, at Guerry
Photo by Kimberly Williams FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE “The Nutcracker” will return to Sewanee with a combined cast from the Sewanee Dance Conservatory and the Alabama
by Rachel Chu Staff Writer In the first of many films shown for their queer film series, the Gender and Sexual Diversity (GSD) House presented
by Stuart Good Staff Writer Fall Party Weekend ended on a high note for some and a low for others on Saturday night. The Alpha
by Alysse Schultheis Executive Editor On October 24, Sewanee Interfaith held its first Speedfaithing event. After filling plates with delicious cheese and grabbing a cup
by Tess Steele Staff Writer Sewanee is in a rather remote part of Tennessee. So it’s quite surprising to see advertisements that break the bubble.
By Page Forrest Junior Editor With the words “Pan[sexual] and proud” written on her back, one sophomore came out to her friends through Snapchat. “It’s
By Anna Nafya Staff Writer As dinner rolls around ,the aromas of McClurg dining fill the air. On Sept. 25 these smells were replaced by the Italian house Spaghetti lesson.
By Sam Scott Staff Writer Don’t worry, it wasn’t a bust. Instead, ex-CIA agent Pete Palmer came to Gailor Auditorium on September 30 to share some of the lessons he learned
by Amy Buice Staff Writer Everyone has their own reason for participating in Sewanee Up ‘til Dawn (UTD), a student led event that takes place