Monthly Archives: November 2012

Helena Lucretia Obstetrix

Prof. Matthew Sears – As a political and military historian, my work tends to focus on the deeds of great individuals and the grand sweep of key historical events.  On previous trips to Rome I have paused over monuments such … Continue reading

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Vaught ’16 Treasures York Minister Visit

“Eternal light, shine in our hearts;” I enter the west doors of York Minster and I am met by an orcehstra of color. The sun’s evening rays are saturated in blues, pinks, and yellows as they meet the pilgrim-trodden ground. … Continue reading

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Ponton ’14 Learns Immersion Learning Bonding

Jacob Ponton ’14 – We closed our last day with another busy schedule. Nate Chapman gave the last presentation over the Tomb of the Eurysaces, or known as the Tomb of the Baker. This tomb was very interesting, showing how … Continue reading

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