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ΗΣΦ Welcomes Two New Chapters

ΗΣΦ Welcomes Two New Chapters

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The end of 2014 saw the reception of two new chapters into the society.  Christendom College in Front Royal, Virginia and Grand Valley State University in Allendale, MI each held their first induction of members and completed the necessary administrative steps to qualify as active chapters.   Their petitions to…

Honorary Member: Alpha Iota at the University of South Carolina

Honorary Member: Alpha Iota at the University of South Carolina

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Dr. Hunter Gardner has greatly assisted Alpha Iota in our outreach projects. She has facilitated contact with high school teachers in South Carolina for our chapter’s frequent visits to Latin classrooms. She also keeps all members informed of conference, study abroad, and scholarship opportunities. She has organized pre-readings for students…

Honorary Member: Epsilon Mu at Fordham University

Honorary Member: Epsilon Mu at Fordham University

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Dr. Matthew McGowan has just completed seven years of mentorship of Epsilon Mu, the Eta Sigma Phi chapter at Fordham University. Before that he had been mentoring Alpha Upsilon at the College of Wooster in Ohio. For his ten years of service to Eta Sigma Phi and for his general…

2014-2015 Initiates

2014-2015 Initiates

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#1308  Zeta Chi (Xavier University). 1-12 Doyle Baxter, Andre Dragomer, Alexina Hupp, Mike Clark, Eric Minion, Samantha Pukys, Robert Crawford, Luke Byerly, Katie Sutton, Jack Delisio, Edward Hoffmann, Kerry Campbell (4-27-12) #1309  Epsilon Nu (Creighton University). 13-30 Danielle Gatapia, Jonathan Hendrzak, Molly Krebs, Joseph Baronovic, Ashley Weed, Sarah Copeland, Marcus…

Eta Sigma Phi Welcomes its Newest Chapter, ΙΠ

Eta Sigma Phi Welcomes its Newest Chapter, ΙΠ

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Although they held the induction ceremony on January 31, 2014, the inductees did not become official members of the society until April 11, with the payment of national dues.  The administrative tasks that the members of the new Iota Pi chapter faced at Tufts University were both Augean and Procrustean.…

Honorary Member: Zeta Nu at the University of Maryland

Honorary Member: Zeta Nu at the University of Maryland

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Dr. Arthur Eckstein is a distinguished ancient historian, a Professor of History and an Affiliate Professor of Classics at the University of Maryland. He has taught many Classics students and has served on a number of search, promotion, and tenure committees for the Department of Classics.…

Honorary Member: Zeta Nu at the University of Maryland

Honorary Member: Zeta Nu at the University of Maryland

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Dr. Sandra Cypess, a Professor Emerita of the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at the University of Maryland, has been an Affiliate Professor of Classics and a strong supporter of the department for years. One of her research areas is the reception of classical myth in contemporary Mexican drama.…

Honorary Member: Alpha Iota at the University of South Carolina

Honorary Member: Alpha Iota at the University of South Carolina

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Dr. Heike Sefrin-Weis organizes a successful Greek philosophy reading group at the University and has also supported the Latin reading group that our group started. She is a passionate advocate for the study of classical literature, especially Greek, and has supported our chapter with her presence at events and helpful…

Honorary Member: Beta Iota at Wake Forest University

Honorary Member: Beta Iota at Wake Forest University

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Dr. T.H.M. Gellar-Goad is a postdoctoral fellow in the Classical Languages department at Wake Forest University. He currently teaches Greek and Roman COmedy and the Latin Prose Composition courses. His innovative teaching style, such as teaching his prose composition course in the model of a role playing game, creates a…

Honorary Members: Gamma Iota at Wabash College

Honorary Members: Gamma Iota at Wabash College

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Wabash College has inducted three honorary members into the society. Sarah Drury teaches a class in ancient rhetoric, Alexandra Hoerl teaches a class in ancient political theory, and Colin McKinney teaches a class on Ancient Greek mathematics. The classical courses taught by these faculty members may be counted towards the…