Congrats, we’ve officially made it halfway through the spring semester! For sophomores and juniors like myself, it can be easy to lose perspective while working through mountains of assignments semester after semester. 235 more words
It’s the shortest month, the most romanticized month, and it’s also…just…a…month.
2017 was a false positive for the vast majority of us; what I mean is that we had inflated, unrealistic hopes of what the beginning of this New Year would bring. 1,156 more words
This year, I began a new ritual. I read Joan Didion’s book of essays, Slouching Towards Bethlehem and I began keeping a notebook. The idea, she wrote, was that one uninspiring morning, we will “simply open notebook and there it will all be, a forgotten account with accumulated interest, paid passage back to the world out there.” 393 more words
BY DANIEL PISCOYA
Managing Editor, UAS Whalesong
According to the FY2017 Approved Operating and Capital Budgets, I have seen the University raise tuition by over 12% (Appendix B) since I arrived in Fall 2013, and then request an additional 5% increase in the FY2018 Operating and Capital Budget Requests. 366 more words
Recent transitions of power in the White House have had their reverberations felt around the nation and, indeed, here in Sewanee. In this issue, you will find several articles touching on a variety of issues that, as exacerbated by the state of the nation’s current political climate, continue to be of the utmost importance to the Sewanee community at large. 179 more words