1. Vice-Chancellor McCardell Makes Tuition Announcement

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    The national trend in higher education has been for both college fees and discounts offered to increase every year. Sewanee’s tuition guarantee gives families a long-term, definite approach to college costs, compared to most other schools that allow families to plan only one year at a time.

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    • Homily, 04-01-11

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      Homily by Suzanne Cate, Morning Prayer, April 1, 2011, Chapel of the Apostles, Sewanee, TN.

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      • Homily, 03-24-11

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        Homily by Suzanne Cate, Community Eucharist, March 24, 2011, Chapel of the Apostles, Sewanee, TN.

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        • SUOS Greening MM

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          A 10 hour time lapse of the "Greening" of All Saints Chapel, Sewanee, TN on December 2, 2011. Music is by the University Choir. The time lapse came from more than 3700 images.

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          • The Culprit- EPK

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            This is an EPK that I made for the band, The Culprits. The concert footage is something that I recorded for them in Sewanee, TN during a Fourth of July performance. Full edits of their original songs is on my Youtube account, ScottOwsley42 and their Youtube account, theculpritsband.

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            • Art103-ProjectC-Finial_Basil_deJong

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              People: Part l The messages my pictures convey are different aspects of a person’s life. The times when we hurt, when we’re happy, young, and everything else, and also all the different ways we can perceive the world around us. Right off the back the first and the third image display some sort of knee brace and the first image is of a shadow with cracks in it. The second, fourth and fifth photos show how everyone see the world in different ways. One way is trough a camera, an object that lets you always have a particular part of the world, and the other way is just looking at the ground. We see the ground all the time as we look forward, but it’s not often that we stop, look down, and appreciate the earth below us. People: Part II Although this is the second part to the people video it is easy to tell that the two video's portray different messages. Part II of the People video focuses more on the faces of people; the different expressions they show, the different angles at which they are perceived, what you can gather from each face, and the differences between them. The facial expressions range from happy to content, to confused and tired. Some of the pictures are taken from the side but the people that are looking straight at the camera stand out the most. It’s interesting to me that after I finished this second part of this video I realized that the three images that stand out the most are the only three images without a real person in them.

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              • Art103-Project C-Meg Armistead

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                This series explores the purist of happiness through contact with other people. Always as humanity we seek the comfort of others and their company, however for what gain? As the viewer moves through the sequence the steady theme of decay forces the viewer to discover that the relationship is empty. The pictures of the dead stump, the skeleton hand tattoo, the snake being skinned, the dead cat and the bones provide a gradual progression of decay into nothingness. The text used stresses the importance of the words in the poem that emphasize the unhappiness. The title Never Meant to Fire has a double meaning. The artist never meant to get into this connection, however though human nature we are drawn to one another. She also never meant to ruin the relationship through her discovery. This discovery of emptiness hurts everyone. The artist is shooting blanks straight through this series. We work so hard for these relationships only to find they have a shallow foundation and crumble into nothingness. The emptiness is surprise because the viewer worked so hard to find meaning in the relationship. The viewer has to listen through the chaos of sounds and music to be able to find the meaning and depth in the series. It ends on the question of being happy and whether relationships always decay into emptiness. In the last image the girl is looking on into the distance trying to find depth but looking into an abyss. Is there a way to be happy.

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                • Art103-ProjectC1_Basil_deJong

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                  The messages my pictures convey are different aspects of a person’s life. The times when we hurt, when we’re happy, young, and everything else, and also all the different ways we can perceive the world around us. Right off the back the first and the third image display some sort of knee brace and the first image is of a shadow with cracks in it. The second, fourth and fifth photos show how everyone see the world in different ways. One way is trough a camera, an object that lets you always have a particular part of the world, and the other way is just looking at the ground. We see the ground all the time as we look forward, but it’s not often that we stop, look down, and appreciate the earth below us.

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                  • Untitled

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                    • The Very Rev. William S. Stafford

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                      The Very Rev. William Stafford, dean of The School of Theology, talks about the upcoming transition of leadership now that he has announced his retirement on June 30, 2012.

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