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Grace Ramsey, Megale Grammateus

Grace Ramsey, Megale Grammateus

Salvete et xairete! My name is Grace Ramsey and I am honored to serve as your Megale Grammateus for the 2013-14 year! I hail from the state of Maryland and am a member of Eta Delta chapter at Hillsdale College in Michigan, where I am a junior Classical Studies major.…

Nuntius Poetry from 1932

Nuntius Poetry from 1932

From Nuntius vol. VI, no. 3, May 1932. Homer by Katherine D. Schmidt, Gamma As one who marks the rosy-fingered Dawn Sweep back the eastern curtain of the day; As one who travels over Phoebus’ way, Or dwells with those the gods have smiled upon; As one who sails upon unvintaged…

Statement from Brandon Glackin, Megas Grammateus 2012-2013

Statement from Brandon Glackin, Megas Grammateus 2012-2013

Salvete omnes!  My name is Brandon Glackin, and I have the honor of being the Megas Grammateus for Eta Sigma Phi for the 2012-2013 term.  I have always had an interest in classical history and mythology, though that spark lay as an ember throughout secondary school because of my school’s…

Aetas Romae

Aetas Romae

By Danielle Godjikian As we gathered around the scale model of the Forum of Augustus, our esteemed program director, Dr. Bucher, posed a question that was not covered in the reading: “What is this? A forum for ants!?” This was the first of many models which culminated in the aptly…

The Centurion

The Centurion

(directed by Neil Marshall, Pathé Pictures International, etc, 2010; distributed by Magnet Releasing). A Review by Annalaissa Johnson The producers of The Centurion took its tagline to heart when they said, “History is written in blood.” The plotline tells the story of what happened to the evasive ninth legion that mysteriously disappeared in Britannia around…