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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…

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…

2019 Convention Information Now Available

2019 Convention Information Now Available

  Information on 91st Annual Convention at St. Olaf College in Northfield, MN is now available on the convention page of the website.  The convention will be held from March 22-24.  Hotel reservations are due by February 8,  and the deadline for registration is March 1.…

Call for Papers: 91st Annual Convention

Call for Papers:  91st Annual Convention

Undergraduate members of Eta Sigma Phi are invited to submit papers for consideration for presentation at the convention on Saturday March 23, 2019 at St. Olaf College in Northfield, MN. Creative works and artistic performances (musical, dramatic, etc.) may be proposed in lieu of a paper. The papers will be…

Call for Papers: 2020 Society for Classical Studies

Call for Papers:  2020 Society for Classical Studies

Eta Sigma Phi, the national honorary society for classical studies, invites papers from undergraduate members of the SCS.  Papers may deal with any aspect of the ancient Greek and Roman world (e.g., literature, art, archaeology, history, religion, philosophy) or with the reception of classical cultures in modern times.  Eta Sigma…

Morgan Stamper, Megale Hyparchos

Morgan Stamper, Megale Hyparchos

Morgan Stamper is a senior at DePauw University where she studies classical civilization and computer science – both of which she describes as ‘unexpected passions’. After taking her first archaeology course and discovering the wonders of fountains, columns, and museum exhibits, Morgan decided to pursue classics with a focus on…

New Undergraduate Research Journal Launched at King’s College

New Undergraduate Research Journal Launched at King’s College

Submissions are now open for Kerberos, King’s College London’s undergraduate classics research journal, at kclkerberos@gmail.com.  Undergraduates as well as recent graduates everywhere may submit any work (university or independent) written during their time as undergraduates. Submissions must relate to classics or classical studies in some way (archeology, classical receptions, ancient history,…

ΗΣΦ Revives in our Nation’s Capital

ΗΣΦ Revives in our Nation’s Capital

Two dormant chapters of the society in the District Columbia re-activated this academic year. The Epsilon Beta chapter at George Washington University and the Gamma Xi chapter at Howard University both initiated new members in festive ceremonies.  Epsilon Beta inducted ten new members on February 23, and Gamma Xi  six…

More Powerful than Stentor

More Powerful than Stentor

Issue 92-1 of Nuntius is now available .  Hear about the adventures of last year’s scholarship winners, knitted purple owls, and SCS papers in prose metaphorically louder than the Homeric messenger Stentor! Active chapters of the society will receive five hard copies in the coming weeks.…

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