Kelsa Warner inducted into Sewanee Order
Kelsa Warner of Fayetteville was inducted into the Order of Gownsmen at the University of the South during the opening day convocation on Oct. 9.
Warner is the daughter of Dale W. and Laura Warner.
The Order of Gownsmen is a unique student government body among U.S. colleges and universities. Since 1875 the Order of Gownsmen has remained the body responsible for maintaining the spirit, traditions, and ideals of the University of the South. The wearing of the gown is both a sign of academic achievement and a promise to continue the ideals and traditions of the University.
The University of the South is a nationally recognized liberal arts university comprising a College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and a distinguished School of Theology. Located on 13,000 acres in Tennessee’s Cumberland Plateau, Sewanee enrolls 1,500 undergraduates and approximately 100 seminarians.