• Stacks Image 1557
  • Stacks Image 1559
  • Stacks Image 1561
  • Stacks Image 1564
  • Stacks Image 1567
  • Stacks Image 1634
  • Stacks Image 1636
current/,[iframe]

Current Headlines

​University Public Health Department: What, Why, How

by Leslie Lytle, Messenger Staff WriterBeginning with the fall semester, the newly formed Public Health Department became part of the University’s Read more...

​Sewanee Council News: Election, 41A, Cell Tower

by Leslie Lytle, Messenger Staff WriterSix seats are open for the Sewanee Community Council on the Nov. 3 election, four district seats and two Read more...

​Sixth Annual Hunger Walk Goes Virtual

The Monteagle-Sewanee Rotary Club is hosting the sixth annual Hunger Walk as a week-long virtual event due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The purpose of Read more...

​Bodyworks Youniversity Classes Available at the Legion Hall

In March, the University closed the Fowler Center leaving Bodyworks Youniversity owner Kim Butters without a work space. She began teaching Pilates Read more...

Adult Learners Can Earn High School Equivalency Diplomas Online

Students Can Learn Online, Graduate Online in Every Tennessee CountyTuesday, September 15, 2020 | 10:30amNASHVILLE – Adults across Tennessee who did Read more...

Work Search Requirement Resumes For Unemployment Claimants

Monday, September 14, 2020 | 03:00pmNASHVILLE – The Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development (TDLWD) will once again ask unemployment Read more...

LWA Unemployment Benefit Ending in Tennessee

Grant Funding for FEMA Program will End with Sept. 5 PaymentsFriday, September 11, 2020 | 10:00amNASHVILLE – The Federal Emergency Management Agency Read more...

​Run for the Sewanee Community Council

Sewanee residents are encouraged to consider running for election to the Sewanee Community Council. The seats now held by June Weber (District 1), Read more...

​Planning for the Sixth Annual Hunger Walk

by Bailey Basham, Messenger Staff WriterNellie Fagan graduated from the University in May — her time on the Mountain was cut short due to the Read more...

​Folks at Home Meeting Community Needs

Folks at Home’s mission continues to be helping the community live at home with dignity. The COVID-19 crisis brought new challenges and Folks at Read more...

​University Facilities Current Use Status

The current use status of University facilities is listed below. For more information go to Read more...

​Sewanee Business Information

Downtown Sewanee is doing its part to protect the entire community. Businesses are following state and CDC guidelines. As a reminder, there is a mask Read more...

​University’s Four-Part COVID-19 Strategy

by Leslie Lytle, Messenger Staff WriterAt the Sept. 1 Sewanee Village meeting held via Facebook livestream, viewers heard from Mariel Gingrich, the Read more...

SCA: Finding and Meeting Needs

by Leslie Lytle, Messenger Staff WriterThe Aug. 27 Sewanee Civic Association (SCA) meeting, the first SCA meeting since February, provided a Read more...

​‘Rethinking Modernism Through A Pandemic Lens’ Virtual Lecture

Elizabeth Outka, a former member of the Sewanee English Department and now a professor of English at the University of Richmond, will give a talk at Read more...
Website security