Sewanee partners with American Shakespeare Center

The University of the South has become a charter member of American Shakespeare Center’s academic leadership consortium, bringing performances and workshops to campus, as well as internship and conference opportunities at the Blackfriars Playhouse.

New Phi Beta Kappa Members Initiated

Fifteen members of the Class of 2019 have been elected to membership in Phi Beta Kappa, joining nine classmates who were elected in the fall semester. An initiation ceremony was held on Thursday, Feb. 28.

Sewanee Dining Offers Food Literacy Program

January marked the beginning of the Sewanee Food Literacy Project.

Katharina Probst, C'00: "Sewanee to Silicon Valley"

Katharina Probst, C’00, returns to Sewanee to share insights about her liberal arts education as the foundation for a career leading Netflix and Google engineering teams.

Explaining Syria

Inspired by a summer internship, a Sewanee politics major works to enlighten fellow students about the worst humanitarian crisis of our time.

Winter Break, from Sewanee to New Zealand

Many Sewanee students spent part of winter break preparing for an internship or career, exploring biodiversity on another continent, or snowshoeing up a 14,000-foot peak.

1899 Football Team Featured in New York Times

The New York Times looks for an historical forerunner of today's powerhouse college football teams and finds it in Sewanee’s Iron Men of 1899.

Sea Semester in the Pacific

Two Sewanee students, both Natural Resources majors, spent the 2018 fall semester at sea aboard a tall ship ocean research vessel.

Sustainability Fellows Visit Asheville

Sewanee's Sustainability Fellows took a late-fall road trip to the city of Asheville, North Carolina.

Community Medicine

A student’s years-long involvement with a local rural medical clinic fosters deep connections to people and place, and prepares her for a future career.

Summer Internships

About 250 Sewanee students spent the summer working in paid internships and research assistantships around the world.

Nature Conservancy Partnership

A new forest management plan for the 13,000-acre Domain aims to benefit wildlife, recreation, and local livelihoods.