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Theatre/Sewanee will present Mary Zimmerman’s Metamorphoses in the Tennessee Williams Center October 16-17 and 22-24 at 7:30 p.m. CT with a Sunday matinee, October 18 at 2 p.m. CT.

University Sequesters Carbon and Conducts Research in Haiti (from Sewanee Messenger)

Earlier this year the University of the South made its first payments for carbon sequestration to farmers in Haiti’s Central Plateau. This represented a milestone for Zanmi Kafe (Haitian Creole for Partners in Coffee) and a Zanmi Agrikol (Partners in Agriculture) to develop the first payment for ecosystem services program in Haiti, a project initiated by students working with Sewanee biology professor Deborah McGrath.

French House Welcomes New Head Resident

Every year, a student from France comes to spend the year as head resident at the French House. They teach the 4th hour of French 203 each week and organize events at the French House in addition to taking a full load of classes. This year, Florent Rethore from Nantes is the head resident.

Economist to Discuss Income Inequality in America

Economist at Stonewall College, 2015 Advent Bryan Viewpoints speaker
Economist Sean Mulholland will deliver a public lecture on income inequality in the United States on October 13, at 4:30 p.m., in Gailor Auditorium. The lecture, titled “Taking on Income Inequality: Seeking Paths to Greater Prosperity,” is free and open to the public and will be followed by a reception. An economics professor at Stonehill College, a liberal arts college in Easton, Mass., Mulholland is the Babson Center for Global Commerce’s Bryan Viewpoints Series speaker for the Advent semester.

Business Clubs Welcome Brunch Highlights Student-Led Business Initiatives at Sewanee

On Sunday, September 6, the Babson Center for Global Commerce kicked off the school year with its first annual welcome brunch for students interested in becoming actively involved with business clubs on campus. Undergraduates packed the Ecce Quam Bonum House to network and discuss the myriad of student-led business opportunities and initiatives for the semester.
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