Eta Sigma Phi Initiation

March 9, 2018

R-MC's Delta Pi Chapter of Eta Sigma Phi initiated 11 new members into the society on March 9th.  Congratulations to Lauren Bowman, Stefania Dodd, Ronald Hill, Molly Karaman, Ashton Liesfeld, Mary Cate Mosher, Matthew Richardson, Katie Runyon, Anshu Sharma, Cat Snellings, and Amanda Yeatts!


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R-MC Classics at VJCL

November 20, 2017

Randolph-Macon College Classics Students participated in the Virginia Junior Classical League Convention this weekend and represented R-MC Classics well!  Grace McIntire '19 and Stefania Dodd '21 were both elected to leadership positions in the organization.  Congratulations!


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R-MC Classics at VURSIC

November 11, 2017

Randolph-Macon College Classics Majors James Patton '18 and Rebekah Hale '20 recently participated in the Virginia Undergraduate Research Symposium in Classics, hosted this year by the University of Mary Washington. James gave a talk on Stoic masculinity in Seneca's Thyestes and Rebekah presented an ethnological comparison of lyres in Ancient Greece and East Africa.  Awesome job!!


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Professor Natoli Publishes Book

August 15, 2017

Classics Professor Bartolo Natoli published his first book, entitled Silenced Voices: The Poetics of Speech in Ovid (Wisconsin Press). The book explores the motifs of speech loss, community, and memory throughout the Ovidian corpus. Congratulations, Dr. Natoli!






R-MC Classics Students Dig at Athenian Agora

August 8, 2017

Randolph-Macon College Classics students and their archaeological work at the Ancient Athenian Agora excavations have been highlighted in a recent article on R-MC's connection to the excavations. Under the leadership of Professor John Camp, R-MC Classics students have been able to travel to Athens and participate in the excavations for the past 20 years! 

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Surf's up: Rebekah Hale

August 4, 2017

Randolph-Macon College Sophomore Classics and Art History Major Double Major, Rebekah Hale '20, successfully presented her SURF research project at the SURF Research Symposium. Her work, under the supervision of Dr. Elizabeth Fisher and Dr. Bartolo Natoli, is entitled “Ancient Greek and modern East African Tortoise Shell Lyres: An Ethnological Comparison”. Way to go, Rebekah!


Grace McIntire Classics Junior Grace McIntire '19 Elected Vice President of the Senior Classical League

July 28, 2017

Classics Major Grace McIntire '19 was elected Vice President of the Senior Classical League, a national organization for the promotion of Classics at the Undergraduate level. Grace is the first person ever from R-MC Classics to hold the position.

Congratulations, Grace!