Self-Op Dining: A Year in Review
Self-Op…what does that really mean? And what does it mean for McClurg Dining Hall? I sat down with McClurg Executive Chef Rick Wright last week to find out just this and how the last year has changed the dining experience for Sewanee students.
Sustainability Master Plan Officially Passed
Sewanee's Sustainability Master Plan (SMP) has been formerly adopted. This Plan, the first of its kind at Sewanee, represents a blueprint for our institution's commitment to sustainability as we move forward, empowering Sewanee to teach and lead by example.
PowerSave Campus Internship Comes to a Successful End
This month marks the end of the two-year PowerSave Campus internship program at Sewanee. The internship, funded by the Tennessee Valley Authority and managed by the Alliance to Save Energy, focused on energy efficiency through four pillars: real energy savings, academic infusion, outreach, and green workforce development.
Undergraduate Fellow looks to bring a Living Machine ® to Sewanee
Sustainability Undergraduate Fellow, Georgia Skerman (C’15) will be working to bring a water filtration and reuse system, known as the Living Machine ®, to Sewanee.
Update from the Environmental Residents
Find out who the Environmental Residents are and what they are up to this year!
Tackling Consumerism on Campus
Sustainability undergraduate fellow, Parker Haynes (C'14) aims to expose the effects of consumerism to the Sewanee campus through various mediums. Read about it here!