As the COVID-19 crisis stretches on, Sewanee Features has gathered more stories and reflections offering some unique perspectives from Sewanee students, faculty, and alumni.
As the COVID-19 crisis stretches on, Sewanee Features has gathered stories and reflections from Sewanee students, faculty, and alumni to offer some unique perspectives on the University and its people during this unprecedented time.
In the face of an economically disastrous pandemic, Charleston wine distributor Harry Root, C’97, leads a nationwide effort to save independent eateries.
Classics Professor Chris McDonough grapples with the unexpected realities of remote teaching—and tries to remember what day it is.
See earlier essays by Psychology Professor Karen Yu; Assistant Professor of Biology Clint Smith; Wilder McCoy, C'20; Mandy Moe Pwint Tu, C’21; and Virginia Craighill, C'82, a Sewanee English professor and mother of a member of the Class of 2020.