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Professor Levin-Richardson's work featured in Forbes October 5, 2016
Catherine Connors (standing, third from right) with Latin teachers gathered on the UW campus, May 2016 Chair's Letter 2016 July 1, 2016
Seattle area k-12 teachers of Latin Active learning in the Latin Classroom  July 1, 2016
Classical Seminar in Rome Students 2016 Celebration of Student Achievements and Awards  July 1, 2016
Classics across campus and beyond  June 30, 2016
Olga Levaniouk and her Concise Inventory of Greek Etymologies team of Classics graduate students Faculty updates  June 30, 2016
UW Classics graduate students and recent alums at the opening reception of Feminism and Classics VII Feminism and Classics VII: Visions May 27, 2016
Feminism and Classics 7 UW hosts seventh international conference on Feminism and Classics May 19-22 May 15, 2016
images of women working, in the style of ancient Greek vases Just One Look and you'll be inspired:  Book Arts Exhibit celebrates creative connections between artists and scholars  May 13, 2016
image of Jason and the Argonauts Classics Undergraduates present their research at Annual Symposium May 13, 2016
Photo of Cathy Professor Catherine Connors wins Distinguished Teaching Award! April 4, 2016
Mosaic depicting Aion, god of eternity, surrounded by a celestial sphere Jim Clauss on how the Greeks put the world in order: Ancient Greek perspectives in Physics and Astronomy's Cosmologies and Cultures course March 23, 2016
students in Rome Updates from Professor Stroup's two week intensive Sport and Spectacle in Rome  March 16, 2016
Roman in a toga; illustration from Vice Verba Latin game Vice Verba: Fun and Games in Latin  March 4, 2016
photo of the collaborative team Words and Time: A Brief Introduction to a Concise Inventory of Greek Etymologies February 21, 2016
Sarah Levin-Richardson lectures at Stanford Sarah Levin-Richardson gives talk at Stanford  February 18, 2016
René-Antoine Houasse, “The Dispute of Minerva and Neptune” (1689) "Pandora's Ballot Box"  February 16, 2016
Meghan C. Lescault, Providence College ’16 (Walpole, Mass.) spent the summer researching Virgil’s Aeneid with her faculty mentor, Dr. Robin J. Greene, assistant professor of history. Robin Greene, PhD 2011, featured in Providence College Magazine January 20, 2016
What's new in the Ancient World?  December 14, 2015
Owl sits on fence outside Denny Hall at night Athena Supervises Denny Hall Renovations December 7, 2015
Poster for Helen of Troy on Screen Starring Ruby Blondell Ruby Blondell Launches 1000 Ships at Oberlin November 20, 2015
image for Vespertine Opera and Philharmonia Northwest production of Fauré's Penelope Olga Levaniouk joins roundtable discussion at conference on Gabriel Fauré's Pénélope November 3, 2015
View of interior of Denny Hall during renovation Denny Hall Renovation Under Way November 2, 2015
poster for Sophocles' Electra, translated by Frank McGuinness, presented by the undergraduate Theater Society October 22-Nov 1  Classics graduate students work with undergraduate theater society's production of Sophocles' Electra October 15, 2015
view of Rio de Janeiro Adriana Vazquez presents scholarly papers in Brazil October 9, 2015