Dwell Together in Unity

Vice-Chancellor Reuben Brigety, along with faculty, staff, and students discuss Sewanee's transformative power. They share their stories of connection, resilience, and reconciliation, and speak openly about the University's past and our shared vision for its future.

Caring for Creation

Deborah McGrath, associate professor of biology and assistant dean of the environment, and Andrew Thompson, assistant professor of theological ethics at the School of Theology, reveal how Sewanee students are able to learn about and benefit from the gifts of creation on Sewanee's 13,000-acre campus.

Sewanee Global

Sewanee international students Lucas Martins Carvalho, C'22, Feza Anaise Umutoni, C'22, Olivier Mbabazi, C'22, and Seif Selim Aldalil, C'23, share their stories of Sewanee as a place of encounters, possibilities, and connections. A place where stereotypes can be removed and individuals can be united by their common humanity.

Having Hard Conversations

Malcolm McLaurin, T'21, a student in the School of Theology, discusses Sewanee's difficult history, shares his personal Sewanee story, and considers how we might become a better community for all.

Many Paths to Joy

Reuben Brigety, an avid horse lover, shares his personal story of transformation, his call to become the University of the South's 17th vice-chancellor and president, and the many paths to joy here on the Mountain.

Education for Ministry

EfM groups meet regionally in nearly every diocese of The Episcopal Church, in six provinces of the Anglican Communion, and some in virtual classrooms with participants from across the globe.