Monthly Archives: March 2013

Protected: Tiresias, Throbbing Between Two Lives

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Posted in Animals, Bible, Classics, Mythology, Poetry, Sewanee

Stations of the Cross

It’s Good Friday, and in Sewanee that means that at noon a large cross will be slowly carried from the School of Theology to All Saints’ Chapel by various members of the university and community.  Following the Way of the … Continue reading

Posted in Bible, Boston, Education, Family, Ireland, Oxford, Sewanee, Sports & Games, Tennessee, The South | 2 Comments

Protected: Sea and Stars

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Posted in Astronomical, Classics, Nautical

Protected: Considering Caesar

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Posted in Astronomical, Classics, Emblems, Language & Etymology, Numismatics, Poetry

Protected: Meh & Mezza Mezza

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Posted in Cartoons, Family, Language & Etymology, The South, Uncategorized

Behind the Times in Sewanee

This past Sunday morning, I went up into Breslin Tower here in Sewanee to watch the clock being re-set for Daylight Savings Time. Keith Henley, who has been overseeing the clock for the past two years and seems to know … Continue reading

Posted in Family, Nautical, Numismatics, Oxford, Sewanee, Time | 17 Comments

Protected: Quelle Heure Est-Il?

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Posted in Boston, Family, Sewanee, Time, Uncategorized

The Unmoved Mover

About two decades fifteen years ago, my wife had given a brilliant talk on Henry V and, as a result, been offered a job at Sewanee.  One perk was that they would pay our moving expenses, and so it came … Continue reading

Posted in Classics, England, Family, Sewanee, Uncategorized | 4 Comments