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2020

Nov 14
The College of Humanities popular Young Alumni Brunch which will be held virtually on Saturday, Nov. 14 at 10 a.m. on Zoom. This year will undoubtedly look different than years past, but we are excited to extend the invitation to our young alumni...
Oct 13
Homerathon 2020--Statue of Homer, Pottery picture of Odysseus Blinding Polyphemus, and the Phaecians weeping
χαίρετε πάντες! Eta Sigma Phi is happy to announce the upcoming Homerathon, taking place on October 13th from 7 AM - 7 PM. The Homerathon is an event where Classics enthusiasts come together to read an entire ancient Greek epic and celebrate the...
May 15
NOTE: Due to the COVID-19 situation, this event (originally scheduled for 4/1/20) has been postponed until further notice.    Southwest Shakespeare Company presents An Iliad, by Lisa Peterson and Denis O’Hare, based on the epic poem by Homer as...
May 15
NOTE: Due to the COVID-19 situation, this event (originally scheduled for 3/18/20) has been postponed until further notice.    The Department of Religious Studies and Classics and Borderlands Theater present: A reading of Antigone at the Border by...
May 7
You are cordially invited to attend the very special 2020 Classics Awards Ceremony, to be held live on Zoom on Thursday, May 7th from 3:30-5:00pm.     As our 2019–2020 academic year comes to an end, we are eager to celebrate the accomplishments and...
Apr 10
This fifth installment of our 2020 Graduate Colloqium series, will feature M.A. students Ian...
Message from Provost Liesl Folks, March 11, 2020: Dear Arizona Students, I am writing to follow up on President Robbins’ email with more...
Mar 6
This fourth installment of our 2020 Graduate Colloqium series, will feature M.A. students ...
The third installment of our "Staging Ancient Drama" project will stage an adaptation of Aristophanes' "Clouds", a Greek Comedy about Socrates, education, and "kids these days."  **This event is indefinitely postponed.