by Emily Daniel On the evening of September 19, Sewanee residents were treated to an engaging discussion on the importance of effective communication in writing.
by Christopher Murphree As professors and students alike kick into their routine processes to begin the new year, a hidden world of the many peoples
by Lucy Hebb Like most aspects of Sewanee’s social scene, our Greek life is not like that of any other university. From Shake Day attire
by Lam Ho This year, about five hundred incoming freshman were asked to read Professor David Haskell’s The Forest Unseen. The book describes one square
By Kathryn Willgus As the academic year begins, campus clubs and general activities are already in full swing. With new and returning themed houses once
By Avery Kelly As many upperclassmen can attest to, in a semester abroad you almost inevitably develop new perspectives from which to view yourself, the
by Katie Lafferrandre On Feb. 8, the Women’s Center proudly hosted three intelligent and inspiring Tennessee Supreme Court justices: Janice M. Holder, Cornelia A. Clark,