Rush to Buy Rush to Justice
Attorney turned author Jerry Summers, C'63, has written a fascinating account of a mid-twentieth-century public figure, Raulston Schoolfield. Meet or renew acquaintance with Summers at Homecoming 2016
Bruce Arthur Smith – Leaving a Legacy
Bruce Smith, C'63, established a charitable gift annuity in connection with his 50th anniversary class gift drive. A little over a year later, Smith died, after a bout of cancer. When his estate was settled, this lawyer, artist, designer, and stalwart Episcopalian had given Sewanee an additional $825,000.
The Waddells Tell a Sewanee Family Story
Inspired by the mentorship of a beloved economics professor, the Waddell Family of Memphis is honoring a pivotal teacher-student relationship by creating The Waddell Family Internship in Business Honoring Duke Waddell C’61 and Prof. James Edward Thorogood C’35. The fund will begin supporting students who find great summer internships that are otherwise unpaid.
A Shortcut to the High Road—The Village Trail
Jeff Whorley, C'83, has made a gift to create a new walking trail to the Village for residents along the Tennessee Avenue corridor. The gift was made in honor of his mother, Liz Bradley, and members of Delta Kappa Gamma, a group of education leaders, celbrated its opening.
Stringer Classroom Makes a Living Legacy
A new outdoor classroom gives students and professors a place to gather under blue skies, with convenient seating and a slate chalkboard. The classroom is made possible by a gift made by Matt Stringer, C'10, and his mother, Sarah in memory of Ken Stringer.
Gifts Still Needed for Delcamp Scholarship
In April, choir alumni gathered to honor Robbe Delcamp on his retirement as University Organist and choirmaster of the University Choir. The group is enthusiastically raising funds to create a lasting testament to his career through an endowed scholarship for choir members.