The University has engaged Antique Log Cabins of Chatsworth, Ga, to conduct the disassembly of Rebel’s Rest, which was announced in August. The project of dismantling, evaluating, cataloging, and storing building elements will be led by Kerry Hix, owner of the firm. Hix has done similar work on more than 300 historic log buildings. Work will begin in the next several weeks and is expected to take several months. Following the disassembly, the site will undergo archaeological investigation for evidence of earlier structures.
Two Sewanee students attended a social entrepreneurship retreat earlier this month and returned to the campus with new ideas about using entrepreneurial skills to solve local and global problems.
- Founders’ Day celebrated at Sewanee
- Seven members of the Class of 2015 initiated into Phi Beta Kappa
- Board of Trustees elects new regents