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Exhibition: Women in Sewanee's History
Torian Room
Jessie Ball duPont Library

Created by Hannah Clevenger (C'16), and Meg Beasley (C'73, Interim Archivist), the exhibit highlights a handful of examples from among the female donors and community members in Sewanee’s first 100 years. Sewanee thrives today in part because of its diversity and the richness of its individuals. This exhibit helps display that thus it has always been.

Dr. Samuel R. Williamson

The Start of the First World War:
What Happened and Why It Still Matters

Friday, October 17th at 3:30 p.m.
in Convocation Hall


Sam Williamson
Sponsored by the Friends of the Library and the Finding Your Place program
Find out more here!
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Windows into Heaven
Russian Icons from the Robicsek Family Collection of Religious Art

June 23 - October 18
Monday-Friday 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
University Archives and Special Collections

This exhibition brings together Russian icons dating from the 18th and 19th centuries, during the time of the Romanovs, selected from the collection of the Robicsek family of Charlotte, N.C. Many thanks also to the North Carolina Museum of History.
 

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