By Page Forrest Managing Editor Rarely does the United States government see examples of bi-partisan collaboration. For that matter, neither does Sewanee. However, the non-profit
by InSoo Lee Staff Writer Photos by InSoo Lee On October 25, Sewanee hosted the New Moon Arts and Community Festival for the first time.
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 All Sewanee residents are familiar with the phrase “Ecce quam bonum et quam iucundum habitare fratres in unum” or “Behold
by Dylan Greer Staff Writer Midway through the Advent Semester of 2013, Sewanee broke ground on the construction of eight townhouses in two locations that
by Kathryn Willgus The Sewanee Democratic Socialists (SDS) is a new club on campus hoping to “fill a void in political discourse,“ says founder Brandon