As the COVID-19 crisis stretches on, Sewanee Features has gathered stories and reflections from 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.
Psychology Professor Karen Yu shares some of the reasons why Sewanee professors miss being in the classroom with their students.
In the fight against a global pandemic, Assistant Professor of Biology Clint Smith’s work on coronaviruses has taken him from a research lab in Sewanee to a testing lab in Chattanooga.
While 16 Sewanee students enjoyed a once-in-a-lifetime spring break adventure on the Rio Grande, the world beyond the canyon was changing in ways they couldn’t imagine. Wilder McCoy, C'20, writes about being off the grid for eight days, and then suddenly coming back to a different reality.
Junior English major Mandy Moe Pwint Tu reports from a quiet campus. What happens when everybody goes home, but you can’t?
Virginia Craighill, C'82, a Sewanee English professor and mother of a member of the Class of 2020, finds echoes of past tragedies in the coronavirus crisis.