Stephen Gan, Megas Prytanis

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By Aeger on May 29, 2013.



Salvete & Χαιρετε! My name is Stephen Gan, and I’m truly honored to have been chosen as your Megas Prytanis for this year. I hail from the humble but beautiful town of Honesdale, PA and I owe my zealous love of all things classical to years of Jesuit education. As a rising senior at Fordham University (Epsilon Mu!), I’ve honed my Latin and Greek through a major in classical languages alongside another major in biological sciences, while I spend my free time (hah!) running long distances and playing the mandolin. Studying classics has truly been a humbling experience for me, as a through knowledge of the rich tradition that we’ve inherited from our Roman and Greek forebears has time and time again proven to be one of the most rewarding talents available. Over the course of the coming year, I’m wholeheartedly committed to making the Centennial celebration of ΗΣΦ the best yet, and to say that I’m excited to begin working with all of you is no small understatement! I look forward to seeing you all in Chicago!