Construction Update, Fall 2012
While on a recent walk around campus with Reggie Vachon, Sewanee’s assistant director of Physical Plant Services, he remarked that this academic year would henceforth be known as “The Year of the Orange Fence” at Sewanee. And any quick visit to campus will indeed reveal new construction in numerous locations.
Garden Interns provide Farm to Table link
Devante Jones C'16 prepares to transport head lettuce from the Sewanee Organic Garden to the cooler at McClurg Dining hall. Jones and fellow student, Julian Cope, interned on the University Farm throughout the summer of 2015.
Sewanee's Grounds Crew
The University of the South was recently listed as USA Today’s #3 “Best Beautiful College Campus” for 2016, and the Physical Plant Grounds Crew should take a lot of the credit! So what is the grounds crew, what do they do, and how do they help sustain Sewanee?
“Tap Water Challenge” Sparks Discussion, Change
The Sewanee Water Campaign has been testing students', faculty's and staffs' abilities to tell the difference between bottled and tap water as part of an outreach effort to raise awareness about their campaign.
Sustaining Sewanee's Water
The Southeastern US experienced extreme drought in 2016, and you can see what that looked like in Sewanee in the video "Sustaining Sewanee: A Visual Exploration of Our Water".