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Two Classics majors were among the seven seniors recently chosen to receive the highest student honor awarded by the College of Arts and Humanities. 

Prof. Parara with colleagues at the Modern Greek Studies conference

Advancing her research project on the recently discovered volume Classical Bouquet, Professor Polyvia Parara has already presented three papers at international conferences.

Thursday, May 5, 2016

Talia Chicherio and Allison Goldstein-Berger, both graduate students in the Department of Classics, are the winners of the fifth annual essay contest in Comparative Literature.

The department hosted a successful conference on the Klassiki Anthodesmi, a "Classical Bouquet." Students of Classics & Modern Greek joined the organizers in presenting papers on the artist, the world's fair, the Greek sites as they then appeared, and the ideals and values they represented in the context of 19th-century Greece, France, and the United States.

Saturday, February 20, 2016

Angelina launches a new career in music as a member of the National Philharmonic Chorale.

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