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Sewanee welcomes 40th annual Medieval Colloquium

The 40th annual Sewanee Medieval Colloquium met at the University of the South, April 4-5, 2014. The theme of this year’s colloquium was “Medieval Emotions,” and the meeting will include papers and roundtables discussing medieval literature, music, art, history, philosophy and religion. 305 more words

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Chris Stedman speaks on building bridges between atheists and believers

by Chris Murphree
Staff Writer

On April 4, at St. Luke’s Chapel, Chris Stedman chronicled his religious experience of conversions, exclusion and cooperation. Stedman serves as assistant humanist chaplain at Harvard University and his book Faitheist: How an Atheist Found Common Ground with the Religious was recently published in November 2012. 376 more words

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The Rebellious Life of Rosa Parks headlines women’s history lecture

by Chris Murphree
Staff Writer

Rosa Parks is often remembered as one of the defining individuals of the Civil Rights Movement. On a cold December night and after a long day at work, Parks refused to give up her seat to a white man on a Montgomery City bus. 528 more words

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Asian cooking class at Crossroads

by Maren Johnson
Contributing Writer

With a basis in Singapore cuisine, Crossroads Café seeks to capture the essence of food native to the small city-state and to bring it to Sewanee. 227 more words

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25th Annual Perpetual Motion wows Sewanee

by Mary Morrison
Editor-in-Chief

This year marks the 25th anniversary of Perpetual Motion (affectionately known as PMo), Sewanee’s performingdance company. The2014 performances ran from April 3 – 5, and were free to the public, with donations accepted at the door. 407 more words

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CoHo brings Anis Mojgani to Sewanee

by Lam Ho
Executive Staff

After months of correspondence with two time National Poetry Grand Slam winner Anis Mojgani, Sabol Rodgers (C’16), a resident of the Community Engagement House, organized a poetry reading aimed at promoting coalescence within the community. 345 more words

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Hypnotized by Comedy: David Hall performs at Sewanee

by Katie Kenerly
Executive Staff

On Thursday, March 27, comedy hypnotist David Hall paid a visit to Guerry Auditorium to put on a truly unique show for the Sewanee community. 224 more words

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