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Epsilon Omicron at University of Massachusetts-Amherst

Epsilon Omicron at University of Massachusetts-Amherst

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This year our chapter led a group of students (both undergraduate and graduate), accompanied by some of our Classics Department professors to the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, MA (during the fall semester) and to the Smith College Art Museum and private Classics collection (during the spring semester). This…

Epsilon Nu at Creighton University

Epsilon Nu at Creighton University

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Our chapter held several social events for the Department of Classical and Near Eastern Studies, including movie nights, social gatherings at a local Greek restaurant, and a communal trip to see the film Clash of the Titans.…

Epsilon Mu at Fordham University

Epsilon Mu at Fordham University

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Epsilon Mu is happy to announce seven new members this year. In addition to the induction ceremonies, we have undertaken the following activities: 1. Iter Botanicum: Classicists’ tour of NY Botanical Garden that included an overview of the history of botany from Theophrastus to Linnaeus, readings from Cicero, Vergil, and…

Epsilon Iota at University of Florida

Epsilon Iota at University of Florida

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This past year was very successful for the Epsilon Iota chapter of the University of Florida. We inducted 21 national members over the spring and fall semesters and engaged our new and old members in a number of socials and fundraisers. During the fall semester our members participated in “Gator…

Delta Upsilon at Valparaiso University

Delta Upsilon at Valparaiso University

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The 2009–2010 academic year has been quite eventful for the Delta Upsilon Chapter at Valparaiso University. Our chapter organized a trip to see two plays with classical stories, Fedra and Icarus, at the Looking Glass Theater in Chicago. We also had two meetings of our Janus book club, which discusses…

Delta Sigma at the University of California, Irvine

Delta Sigma at the University of California, Irvine

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The Delta Sigma Chapter of Eta Sigma Phi has been active in encouraging fellow students’ appreciation of and participation in the study of Classics here at UC Irvine. The chapter held regular weekly homework review sessions in order to help beginning language students more fully understand and appreciate the nuances…

Delta Lambda at The College of the Holy Cross

Delta Lambda at The College of the Holy Cross

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This is the most active that we have seen our chapter in four years! Delta Lambda held weekly meetings (with the exception of two for weather- and academic-related issues), with our senior members giving presentations on their Classical interests. We held a variety of talks, covering everything from alumni’s advice…

Delta Chi at St. Olaf College

Delta Chi at St. Olaf College

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We began the year with the annual Ancient Olympics against the Society of Ancient History, including events such as the discus/frisbee throw and poetry recitation. Another fall event was the softball game between the beginning Greek and Latin classes. Before taking finals, we braved the cold to sing Latin, Greek,…

Gamma Upsilon at Austin College

Gamma Upsilon at Austin College

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From April 15, 2010 to April 15, 2011, Eta Sigma Phi, in conjunction with the Austin College Classics Club, participated in the following activities: In 2010, we held readings of Plautus’ Menaechmi and Aristophanes’ Lysistrata; attended the Greek Food Festival in Dallas, Texas; sponsored a Baklava Fundraising Event; and attended…

Gamma Omicron at Monmouth College

Gamma Omicron at Monmouth College

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The Gamma Omicron chapter held its Fall initiation on Thursday, Nov. 18, 2010. Six new student members and one honorary professorial member were inducted. After the initiation ceremony, Gamma Omicron hosted a reception for its initiates and ΗΣΦ members from the nearby Epsilon Phi chapter of Knox College. The visitors…