Monthly Archives: October 2009

Smoke from burnt offerings rising to the heavens? Must be the annual Classics Dept. picnic!

  …and then the swineherd, cutting first strips for the gods from every limb, spread them across the thighs, wrapped in sleek fat, and sprinkling barley on them, flung them on the fire. They sliced the rest into pieces, pierced … Continue reading

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Classics Seniors Dig on Crete

Classics Senior Seth Tichenor reports: Excavating in Crete this summer was an amazing experience. When I first got to Mochlos I was apprehensive not to mention jet-lagged having traveled for 3 days by plane, bus, and ferry. However, the apprehensiveness was soon … Continue reading

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Professor Leslie Day named Distinguished Lafollette Chair in the Humanities

You can read all about the good news in an article from Wabash’s public affairs staff, but the  Classics faculty and students wish to add our own hearty and proud “Congratulations! Complementi! Etc. ” to Professor Day. Now that she … Continue reading

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