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HERINGTON PRIZES AWARDED

August 9, 2013

We congratulate the winners of our annual Herington Prize in Latin and Greek poetry performance for the fall 2012. Undergraduates Heather Swanson and Caitlin Hines respectively impressed the departmental judges with their Latin and Greek readings, and Zack Rider bested … Continued

CLASSICS MAJORS INDUCTED INTO PHI BETA KAPPA

August 9, 2013

We would like to congratulate Matthew Cooper and Rebekah Rust for their initiation into Alpha of the North Carolina Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa. Matthew and Rebekah join their fellow majors, Caitlin Hines, Rachel Mazzara, and Henry Ross, who were … Continued

UNDERGRADUATES RECEIVE ACADEMIC HONORS

August 2, 2013

Junior Phillip Alexander (Alex) Caprara was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa this term. The philosophy and Classics double-major is currently organizing the undergraduate conference for Eta Sigma Phi, the Classics undergraduate honors society. Also, senior Steve Burges will share the … Continued

KARSTEN RECEIVES HONORS, TO PRESENT PAPER

August 2, 2013

“It’s best for this not to happen the same as it does in the comedies, when everyone finds out everything.” Seeking to understand the meaning behind young husband Pamphilus’s single line from Terence’s Hecyra, Alex Karsten‘s produced “The Noble Lie … Continued

UNDERGRADUATE HENRY ROSS NAMED LUCE SCHOLAR

May 6, 2013

Henry Ross, a senior Classics major with a minor in biology and a Morehead-Cain Scholar, has been awarded a competitive fellowship from the Henry Luce Foundation to live and learn in Asia for a year after he graduates this spring. … Continued