Monthly Archives: December 2011

Taste of Classics 10/20/11

Eta Sigma Phi hosted its third seminannual Taste of Classics event on October 20. Uneasonably cold weather moved us indoors, but the show went on anyway– readings in Greek, Latin and English from the Aeneid and the Odyssey, as well … Continue reading

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National Archaeology Day

Dr. Ajootian and other members of the Classics community hosted Oxford Middle School Latin students on October 27 for a day of archaeological exploration. Students toured the Robinson Collection at the University Museum, heard from two UM students about their … Continue reading

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Does Classics Get You Into Med School? on rogueclassicism

I’ve been a little negligent in posting lately, but this from the always interesting blog rogueclassicism.com is worth a look: Why Study Classics? Does It Get You Into Med School?

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