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Send Us Your Stuff!

Send Us Your Stuff!

Salvete/Χαίρετε! Did you know that the ΗΣΦ website posts original work by members?  We’re interested in your views on issues relevant to the love of wisdom and beauty!  Creative fiction and poetry with classical themes, opinions influenced by classical learning, the role of Greek and Latin in your daily life…

Alexander Augustynski, Megas Chrysophylax

Alexander Augustynski, Megas Chrysophylax

My name is Alexander Augustynski, and I am a junior at University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. When I arrived at St John’s College, a great books school, I had no idea what I wanted to do with my life. A year of studying the cultural achievements of the ancient Greeks answered…

Emily Camden, Megale Hyparchos

Emily Camden, Megale Hyparchos

Salvete et χαίρετε! My name is Emily Camden, and I am so excited to serve as your Megale Hyparchos! I am a rising senior at Truman State University and the President of the Eta Zeta chapter. In addition, I am a classical studies major with minors in biology and museum…

Nina Andersen, Megale Prytanis

Nina Andersen, Megale Prytanis

Nina Andersen was originally from Lenexa, Kansas before she moved down to Fayetteville, Arkansas to attend the University of Arkansas. There, she studies Classics and Anthropology and is an active member of her Beta Pi chapter of Eta Sigma Phi. Nina currently works in her university’s Tesseract Center for Immersive…

Gwen Weiskopf, Megale Grammateus

Gwen Weiskopf, Megale Grammateus

Gwen Luxemburg Weiskopf is a rising senior at Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and hails from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Gwen is majoring in Classical Latin and Greek Languages. She began taking Latin in the ninth grade and has been enthralled by the language and literature since then. Gwen is also proud…

Epsilon Sigma at Augustana College

Epsilon Sigma at Augustana College

This year our chapter fostered Classics education for the students of Augustana College. During the week of Homecoming, we hosted our third Olympic Games, which had a successful turn out. This showed the drive and determination that the Classics community has and helped to spread awareness about our organization. At…

Delta Tau at the University of Delaware

Delta Tau at the University of Delaware

The University of Delaware chapter Delta Tau had a lively 2018/2019 academic year promoting Classics throughout the UD community and the greater Delaware area. The initiation ceremony on April 26th was accompanied by guest lectures by Dr. Bernard Frischer (Indiana University Bloomington) speaking on his “Rome Reborn Project,” a 3D…

Diffugere nives

Diffugere nives

Diffugere nives, redeunt iam gramina campis arboribusque comae; mutat terra vices et decrescentia ripas flumina praetereunt; (Horace, Ode 4.7) As the snows depart, even from Northfield, MN, and the grasses return to the fields, administrative changes will come in turn to Eta Sigma Phi.  The term of Executive Secretary David…

Homerathon at the University of Iowa

Homerathon at the University of Iowa

Epsilon chapter at the University of Iowa in conjunction with the University of Iowa Department of Classics will be hosting a 24-hour Homerathon beginning at 5 PM on March 27th, 2019. The event will take place at Kautz Plaza on the University of Iowa campus and will be host to…

Scholarship for Archaeological Fieldwork

Scholarship for Archaeological Fieldwork

Please note the following change of e-mail address for Dr. Ruth Palmer, Chair of the selection committee for the H. R. Butts Scholarship for Archaeological Fieldwork.  Dr. Palmer’s address is palmerr@ohio.edu. All applications for ΗΣΦ summers scholarships are due this Friday, February 15.…

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