Khari Hutchings (center) with chair James Rives (left) and Latin instructor Nathan Smolin (right).

Congratulations to Khari Hutchings for winning the Latin t-shirt contest!

Hutchings is a major in Business Administration with an emphasis in consulting. His minor is Politics, Philosophy, and Economics.

“I’m a senior graduating in May with plans to work next year in NYC for PricewaterhouseCoopers. In my free time I enjoy watching and playing basketball, playing poker, and practicing Latin of course!”

Winning phrase: Ceterum censeo, Dux delendus est.

Translation: “But I think, Duke must be destroyed.”


Runner-up phraseMisereor stulti qui linguam Latinam nesciat.

Translation“I pity the fool who doesn’t know the Latin language”

Submitted by Jake Donofrio 


Thanks to all the students who submitted entries; to all the Latin instructors for their support of the contest; to Brian McPhee, who served as contest co-ordinator; to Hannah Sorscher, our Watlington Fellow for Undergraduate Outreach, who oversaw the t-shirt design production; and to the James M. and Virginia Kay G. Snow Endowment Fund for financial support.