About 250 Sewanee students spent the summer working in paid internships and research assistantships around the world.
One shall not lie, cheat, or steal. For more than a hundred years the Honor System has been one of Sewanee’s most cherished institutions. Upon entrance to the University, every student agrees to abide by this Honor System and is asked to sign a form signifying acceptance of this Honor Code.
Two Sewanee students, Esmerelda Trevino and Asyjia Brown, both C’20, spent five weeks in Cartagena, Colombia, to study Spanish and Colombian culture as part of the new Sewanee-in-Cartagena Program.
The University celebrates the sesquicentennial of matriculation of its first students in 1868. More than 250 students will be awarded gowns and inducted as new members in the Order of the Gown during the Foundation Day Convocation that will kick off Family Weekend.
Professors Scott Wilson and Deborah McGrath are currently leading a contingent of Sewanee students on a month-long tour of China. The highlight of the trip is a collaboration with Professor Xiao Lin of Nanjing University and the Sewanee team to conduct water pollution research.