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Lobby Show

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•Major: American History
•Activities: Varsity baseball (go Tigers!), Kappa Alpha order, Big People for Little People
•Quotation: "Giving tours is something that I truly enjoy (even in sweltering, 95-degree heat)," Joe says, "because I want parents and prospective students to leave with an image of what Sewanee is all about: community."
•Perfect Sewanee day: A walk through Abbo’s Alley and lunch downtown at Julia’s (Joe recommends the chicken pesto Panini). Joe Reilly, Alpharetta, Ga., Class of 2011 Jonathan Brenes Salazar, Monteverde, Costa Rica, Class of 2013 •Intended Majors: Environmental Policy, International Global Relations
•Activities: Spanish tutor, University Choir member, Assistant Proctor, Environmental Resident, President of HOLA (Hispanic Organization for Latino Awareness), barista at Stirling’s.
•Favorite Sewanee saying: “Fog happens.”
•Just for fun: Jonathan enjoys participating in the Sewanee Outing Program’s frequent on- and off-campus adventures—he’s trying to convince himself to sign up for the skydiving trip. Kelly O’Mara
Rome, Ga.
Class of 2012 •Majors: Art and English
•Activities: Honor Council, Theta Kappa Phi sorority, Pre-Orientation program, Arcadian (tour guide)
•Quotation: “I’m going to school here.”—Kelly, on her first visit to Sewanee, at age 12 (seriously).
•Find Kelly: On her turquoise cruiser, Betty; getting coffee at Stirling’s
•Just a few of her favorite Sewanee things: touring prospective students and families around the Domain, the turkey melt and fried zucchini at Shenanigan’s, hikes on the Perimeter Trail. Welcome visitors! A glance at what's happening on campus this summer... •Major: Anthropology
•Extracurricular Involvement (the short list): Canale Intern (tutor at Grundy County High School), Senior Citizens’ Outreach, Student Trustee, Proctor, Sacristan, Diversity Coalition, and Phi Kappa Epsilon sorority.
•Carrie studied elder care in Visakhapatnam, India thanks to a Biehl Internship.
•Carrie’s perfect Sewanee day is a busy one, including: a morning run to Morgans’ steep, an engaging classroom experience, lunch on the patio of McClurg (she recommends the Vegan Chili in the sourdough bread bowl), a stroll across campus to chat with friends, rounded out by sunset at Green’s View.
•Quotation: “I love Sewanee because you can do anything you are passionate about here… Once you get here, it's like someone grabs you by the shoulders and says, 'Use this place to discover, to learn, and to become more of yourself.' And they mean it.” Carrie Ryan
Pasadena, Ca.
Class of 2012 •Majors: Latin and English; Minor: Greek
•Perfect Sewanee Day: An English major to her core, Margaret loves a foggy day on the mountain when she can curl up with a good book and a warm cup of Stirlings coffee.
•Extracurricular Involvement: Acolyte and docent at All Saints’ Chapel, Gamma Tau Upsilon sorority, Students for Positive Extracurricular Engagement, Catechumenate, Sewanee Medieval Society, British Studies at Oxford, and Perpetual Motion
•Favorite McClurg Meal: A homemade quesadilla grilled on the Panini machine and a glass of fruit tea ( ½ sweet tea, ¼ orange juice, ¼ apple juice).
•Favorite Sewanee Memory: Dressing up for Halloween as Harry Potter characters with friends and having a spell battle in the quad. Margaret Day
Birmingham, Al.
Class of 2012 Sunday, December 5
Festival of Lessons and Carols, 5 & 8pm, All Saints' Chapel

Monday, December 6
German Table, 12 pm, McClurg Balcony

Wednesday, December 8
Last Day of Classes
Science and Math Holiday Party, 3 pm, Spencer Hall Commons
Artist Lecture, 4:45 pm, Nabit Art Building
Sewanee Cadence and Cambiata A Cappella Concert, 7 pm, Spencer Hall Commons
German Christmas Service and Party, 7 pm, St. Augustine's Chapel
The Other Guys, 7:30 pm, The SUT

Thursday, December 9
The Other Guys, 7:30 pm, The SUT
Reading Day

Friday, December 10
Exams begin

Saturday, December 11
The Other Guys, 7:30 pm, The SUT
Exams Tuesday, April 26
Spanish Table, 12:15 pm, McClurg Balcony
Sewanee Review Open House, 8 pm, McGriff Alumni House

Wednesday, April 27
"The Ethics of Outreach: History, Narrative, and Moral Development," 4:30 pm, Hargrove Auditorium
The Eagle, April 27 & 29-May 1, 7:30 pm, The Sewanee Union Theatre

Thursday, April 28
“Hotel Williams,” evening of one-act plays celebrating Tennessee Williams, April 28-30 7:30 pm, Sewanee Inn

Friday, April 29
Scholarship Sewanee, 2pm, Spencer Hall
Russian Revolution, a concert by the University Orchestra, 7:30 pm, Guerry Auditorium

Saturday, April 30
Shakerag Hollow Walk, 10 am, Meet at Green's View Chalankis Brown
Millbrook, Al.
Class of 2011 Major: Political Science Minor: Psychology
Extracurricular Involvement: Football (All-American), Track (3-time Conference Champion), Student Government, Big People for Little People, Student Alumni Leadership Council, Senior Interviewer
Favorite Sewanee Restaurant: The Market; Chalankis highly recommends the Teriyaki Wings
Chalankis did not discover Sewanee until January of his senior year, just in the nick of time!
When he is not in class or practice, you can find Chalankis on the golf course or fishing in one of Sewanee's many lakes. School of Letters begins, June 10
Summer School begins, June 10
Admission 101, June 15
Summer Music Festival, June 23 - July 22
Bridge Program for Math and Science begins, June 24
Sewanee Environmental Institute begins, June 24
Sewanee Young Writers' Conference begins, July 1
4th of July Festivities, July 4
Admission 101, July 13
Sewanee Writers' Conference begins, July 24
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