Monthly Archives: November 2013

Dr. Joseph Day Talks Greek Inscriptions

Dr. Joseph Day, emeritus professor of Classics at Wabash, gave a talk at the University College in London in September on ancient Greek epigrams.  Check out the podcast below.  http://www.ucl.ac.uk/classics/engagement/greek_literary_epigram

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Classics Graduate Works in Tech

Michael Carper, who graduated just last year with a Classics major from Wabash, now works at IT firm Apparatus in Indianapolis.  Follow the link to discover one of the many paths a Classicist at Wabash can take. http://blog.techpoint.org/blog/indiana-technology-news-2/how-a-classics-degree-turned-into-a-career-in-tech

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Spring Semester Classics Offerings

The Classics Department has an exciting variety of classes this spring.  Many of them are cross-listed, so don’t be afraid to take one even if you don’t plan on pursuing a major. Classics 213=HIS 310=REL 290, Ancient Greek Religion and … Continue reading

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The Return of Dr. Brogan

It’s always wonderful to see Wabash men return to their alma mater as experts in their field.  Naturally, the Classics Department found it especially gratifying last week when Dr. Thomas Brogan, class of 1988, made it back to campus for … Continue reading

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