Monthly Archives: March 2013

Classics Opportunities: Next Semester’s Courses

It’s that time of year again: pre-registration is here Wabash!  Fortunately, the Classics Department has an excellent array of course offerings for the fall of 2013.  Be sure to read through this overview of next year’s Classics classes.  Remember that … Continue reading

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Classics Minor Receives Prestigious NCAA Scholarship

Read this post about an outstanding classics minor here at Wabash who was just recently honored with the NCAA’s prestigious award for postgraduate study.  It just goes to show how  diverse and successful our classicists are. http://www.wabash.edu/news/displaystory.cfm?news_ID=9855

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Dr. Kubiak’s Parallel Lessons: Tutorial Inspires Prospective Classicists

At the beginning of this past summer, one of my friends jokingly called me a nerd.  Why is this statement Classics-related? The answer is I had just selected Dr. Kubiak’s course in Plutarch’s Parallel Lives as my freshman tutorial.  I … Continue reading

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Visiting Lecturer Discusses Renaissance Dialogue

Funded by the generous donations of Wabash alumnus Bruce Baker, class of 1965, the annual John F. Charles lectureship honors the history professor who taught at Wabash from 1940 to 1980.  Dr. Hartnett even mentioned in his introduction of this … Continue reading

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