Monthly Archives: April 2014

Classics Alumnus Wins Microsoft Competition

Michael Carper, ’13, a Classics major, recently won the grand prize in Microsoft’s Power BI demo contest.  To see what Classics majors can do, follow the link. http://www.apparatus.net/company/news/

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Stroud Wins Fulbright

The Classics Department is proud of Patrick Stroud, ’14, who just recently was awarded the college’s third Fulbright fellowship this year.  Stroud is Classics minor.  Follow the link for the full story. http://www.wabash.edu/news/displaystory.cfm?news_ID=10271

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Magic and the Classics Tomorrow

It’s less than twenty-four hours until the big Suovetaurilia tomorrow.  I hope everyone is getting their togas, and appetites, ready.  In the midst of all the excitement, I have one last blog to write about the schedule of events for … Continue reading

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Delicious Food!

Wabash amici, The Suovetaurilia is in exactly one week! As that day approaches, I thought it would be appropriate to post the menu for the day on this blog.  The event is meant to be a Classically-themed feast after all.  … Continue reading

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More Exciting News on the Suovetaurilia

As promised, I have more information on the program for the Suovetaurilia which will occur in just over a week.  Professor Wickkiser’s Ancient Greek Religion and Magic class will begin the festivities with a reading, in English, from Book 1 … Continue reading

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Countdown to Wabash’s First Ever Suovetaurilia

The Classics Department and Eta Sigma Phi are about to end this school year with a bang.  In just under two weeks, on Saturday, April 26, 2014, at 3:15pm we will be hosting a suovetaurilia.   This event has been the … Continue reading

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