by Avery Kelley With the recent event hosted by the African American Alliance called “Let’s Talk about Race,” the Sewanee community is showing a willingness
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by Lucy Hebb We all get the unsettling emails. Some of us may even open them from time to time. I’m not referring to the
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by David Provost Keeping it real, as per usual, today’s piece simply won’t be as light and bouncy as I normally write them. Reading this
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by Lacey Oliver Avery Kelly’s opinion piece about “Save Sewanee” came at an interesting time, as I had just been pondering this issue and considering
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by Avery Kelly Well, y’all, it’s official. “Save Sewanee” is dead and gone. We at the Purple have warned of the imminent coming of the
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by Peter Lampley If you are unaware that Apple has just recently made available their “brand-est,” “spanking-est,” newest operating system, then I’d like to congratulate
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by Katie Kenerly To be quite honest, I’m not entirely sure why I should even be writing this article in the first place. I mean,
PDA: Public displays of “are you serious?!”
by Page Forrest and Jack Russell You all know that one couple. The one that’s always holding hands, even in ninety-degree weather. The one that’s
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by Avery Kelly Unpaid internships are quickly gaining a bad reputation. Some of the most well-known companies and organizations that use them — like P.