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91-year-old Betty Foreman describes her childhood growing up on a dairy farm in Pennsylvania and shares her long history of owning some quite adventurous “Sewanee Dogs.”
Sister Elizabeth Mills shares some of her wisdom found throughout her young adulthood, and how the friendships she made throughout her time at Sewanee aided her in facing life’s trials. CW/TW: eating disorder
You may know 89 year old Lois Burns from being a friendly face at the Fowler Gymnasium front desk over the past 20+ years. Here she shares various anecdotes about coming of age in the era of swing dancing and...
89 year old Bob Short relays the meaning behind some of his art pieces while imparting his life philosophy.
John Bratton, resident and owner of a house on South Carolina Ave that is affectionately known as “The Cave,” reflects on some of the friendships he has developed with individuals who have passed through his doors over the past 40...