Rebecca Cole Executive Editor The Student Government Association has revised their constitution for the first time in twelve years. The constitution had not been updated since
Amelia Leaphart Editor-in-Chief On February 9 in the University Archives, Sewanee’s Phi Beta Kappa chapter inducted twelve new members into the country’s oldest academic honor society.
Amelia Leaphart Editor-in-Chief Rumours circulated across campus after a South African media outlet published leaked information speculating Reuben Brigety, the University’s seventeenth vice-chancellor, would be President
Claire Smith Editor-in-Chief The Board of Regents has committed to investing $10 million dollars of the University endowment in the Sewanee Village development plan, Vice President
Maggie LorenzenExecutive StaffPhoto courtesy of Beylie Ivanhoe. As local businesses continue to struggle with supply chain and staffing issues from the COVID-19 pandemic, they have
Amelia LeaphartExecutive editor On February 16, 2015, the University awarded an honorary degree to Christian radio host and writer, Eric Metaxas. Although this conferment sparked
Claire SmithEditor-in-Chief This year, the Babson Center for Global Commerce welcomed two Bryan Viewpoints Speakers to campus for two days of lectures and conversation. Marcella
Maggie LorenzenNews Editor On Saturday, September 4, the University issued a statement via email about updates regarding COVID-19 policies. The statement included the elimination of
Julia McClainContributing Author Despite the past unpredictable year due to COVID-19, the University welcomed and matriculated the largest first-year class in its history, with the
Maggie LorenzenNews Editor In preparation for the Advent Semester, the University hired two new members of the Chaplaincy team: Rev. Ashley Mangrum and Wallace Benton.