“This must be what the end of days will be like.”

    From her vantage point in the Pi Beta Phi Elementary School library, with a wall of windows looking over downtown Gatlinburg and the surrounding national park, librarian Pat Gunn ( MS ’90, EdS ’98) saw nothing but gray darkness and a red glow. For the 507 students and 85 staff members with her, this unremarkable Monday was about to become anything but routine.

    March 13, 2017 0 comment
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