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Best Paper at the 2011 Convention

Best Paper at the 2011 Convention

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Learning to Speak and Pray in Confessions, Book 1 Theodore Harwood of Eta Delta at Hillsdale College St. Augustine opens his Confessions with a very simple statement: magnus es, domine (“You are great, Lord”; 1.1.1). Yet, as Christian Lotz notes, Augustine’s invocation, in bringing into speech the invisible, intangible, and…

Statement from Christopher Rios, Megas Prytanis

Statement from Christopher Rios, Megas Prytanis

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Xαίρετε! My name is Christopher Rios and I am a member of the Theta Upsilon chapter at the University of North Texas in Denton, Texas. Born and raised in Plano, Texas, I initially attended UNT as a Pipe Organ Performance major, but, after some guidance from my mentor, Dr. Dean…

Statement from Kyle Oskvig, Megas Hyparchos

Statement from Kyle Oskvig, Megas Hyparchos

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I grew up near Bemidji, MN, and moved to Iowa in middle school. After graduating high school, I lived and worked on my own for five years, spending a lot of my free time in study. I wanted to give myself a liberal education, so I read a lot of…

Statement from Lauren Milburn, Megale Grammateus

Statement from Lauren Milburn, Megale Grammateus

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Chairete! I hope everyone had a wonderful and restful summer. I am from Olivette, Missouri and am a graduate of Ladue Horton Watkins High School. I am currently studying at Truman State University where I am a member of the Eta Zeta chapter. As a freshman English major, I entered into a…

Statement from Ashley Gilbert, Megale Chrysophylax

Statement from Ashley Gilbert, Megale Chrysophylax

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I grew up in and around Mansfield, CT, where I graduated from E. O. Smith High School in 1999. My first brush with the ancient world happened when I was six years old, on a school trip to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. The object I saw that day…

Statement from Outgoing Megas Prytanis

Statement from Outgoing Megas Prytanis

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It was my pleasure to serve as your megas prytanis during the 2010–11 academic year. Over the past year, we have continued to do what we do best: extol the virtues of Classical civilization and study the Classics ourselves. Our organization has continued to grow in both members and chapters, and our endowment has…

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