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Spencer Silver, Megale Grammateus

Spencer Silver, Megale Grammateus

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Salvete et χαίρετε καὶ שלום! I am a junior at the University of Iowa. I am an Ancient Civilizations and Religious Studies double major with an emphasis in Judaism/Christianity. I am also studying Greek and Biblical Hebrew. I was born in Des Moines, Iowa and have lived in the metro…

Eta Sigma Phi Welcomes the Iota Chi Chapter at Brandeis University

Eta Sigma Phi Welcomes the Iota Chi Chapter at Brandeis University

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Eta Sigma added its 214th chapter on May 3, 2016, when students at Brandeis University in Waltham, MA completed their first induction ceremony.  The Iota Chi chapter received twelve new members–nine regular members and three graduate students as associate members.  Inducted were Benjamin Poser, Jennifer Du Breuil, Alexander Arad, Spencer Stevens,…

Call for Papers: CAMWS Southern Section

Call for Papers:  CAMWS Southern Section

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Call for Papers for presentation at the ninety-sixth anniversary meeting of the Southern Section of the Classical Association of the Middle West and South, October 27-29, 2016, in Atlanta, Georgia at the invitation of Emory University  At the biennial meeting of the Southern Section of CAMWS, Eta Sigma Phi will…

Roman Excavation Invites Applicants from Eta Sigma Phi

Roman Excavation Invites Applicants from Eta Sigma Phi

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A new field school to open this summer in the Horrea Agrippiana invites applications from members of Eta Sigma Phi.   The school is open to American students, graduates and undergraduates, with no prior excavation experience.  The announcement follows: Come ti avevo accennato a voce ti invio ufficialmente il progetto…

Deadline Extended: SCS 2017 in Toronto

Deadline Extended:  SCS 2017 in Toronto

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The Next Generation: Papers by Undergraduate Classics Students A Panel Sponsored by Eta Sigma Phi for the 2016 Annual Meeting of the Society for Classical Studies January 5-8, 2017 Toronto, Ontario, Canada   Eta Sigma Phi, the national honorary society for classical studies, invites papers from undergraduate members of the…

National Latin Teacher Recruitment Week

National Latin Teacher Recruitment Week

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National Latin Teacher Recruitment Week is fast approaching (March 7-11).   We need more teachers ready to take up the charge, as we know from the article which Ronnie Ancona and Kathleen Durkin wrote for Amphora: https://classicalstudies.org/amphora/there-shortage-certified-latin-teachers-please-spread-word-0.  There are many resources to be found at http://www.promotelatin.org/nltrw, including a mini-grant application.  Grants of up to $200…

Convention Materials Now Available

Convention Materials Now Available

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Registration is now open for the 88th Annual Convention hosted by the Gamma Omicron Chapter of Monmouth College.  You can find details about lodging, registration, and convention activities on the Convention page.  Please join us April 1-3 in Monmouth; March 14 is the cut-off for timely hotel reservations and March…

Eta Sigma Phi Welcomes Newest Chapter

Eta Sigma Phi Welcomes Newest Chapter

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Eta Sigma Phi is pleased to welcome our newest chapter (Iota Phi) from San Francisco State University. They completed their first initiation ceremony on December 11, 2015 with a total of 20 initiates with 9 Active inductees and 11 Associate inductees. Congratulations!…

Mentoring Program in California

Mentoring Program in California

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Starting a new Latin position in California? Here is a new resource for you! The new California Latin Teacher Mentoring Project has now posted an online link, hosted by California Classical Association South at ccasouth.org.  This link will offer a place for any new Latin teacher working in California to…

Jeremiah Weigert, Megas Grammateus

Jeremiah Weigert, Megas Grammateus

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Jeremiah Dane Weigert was born in a valley of fresh hewn corn from the mid-fall harvest near a little town called Fairfield. He grew, strengthened by the muddy water of the banks of the Skunk River. Weigert began to study the Latin language in order that he might read ancient…