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Thursday, September 8, 2016

Erika Carlson is the dramaturge and a chorus member for the genderblind community threater troupe Britches & Hose's future production of Euripides' Medea.

Professor Judith P. Hallett has co-authored an essay which examines Classics in the history of Communist states.

Junior Classics major Elliott Rebello has been elected the vice president of the National Senior Classical League.

Classics major William Soergel has received the 2016 LGBT Equity Scholarship from the university's LGBT Equity Center.

Alumnus Bryan Toth is currently a Software Developer at Epic Systems in Madison, WI, after graduating this spring.

Sunday, July 24, 2016

Classics alumnus Erik Shell has joined the Society for Classical Studies as their Communications and Services Coordinator.

Professor Jorge Bravo will publish his book, which is the fourth and final volume of the Excavations at Nemea series.

Professor Hallett will present a lecture and seminar at the Umeå Group’s Antiquity Days on September 5-6, 2016.

Professor Hallett has presented papers at an international conference on feminism and classics, and at a panel on the history of Wellesley College at the 50th reunion of her Wellesley College class.

The National Geographic Museum in Washington D.C. has a new exhibit celebrating 5,000 years of Greek culture.

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