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The Great Debate: Thomas Palaima and Lino Graglia square off over football

Wed October 28 3 PM UT Rec Sports Center 2.112

Wed, Oct 28, 2009

Classics professor Thomas Palaima and Law professor Lino Graglia will discuss the positive and negative influences of college football at American universities.



Two Undergrads Awarded Endowed Presidential Scholarships!

Mon, Jun 1, 2009

Congratulations to two Classics majors who have won Endowed Presidential Scholarships from the University this year: Timothy Grayson and Jewelle Bickel.


Classics '09 Grads Celebrate!

per aspera ad astra

Sun, May 31, 2009

Post-Graduation Party in Waggener Hall


Graduate Students Receive University Fellowships!

Fri, Apr 24, 2009

Congratulations to all three of our graduate students who have been awarded full University Fellowships for 2009-10!


Winners of the 2009 Eta Sigma Phi National Translation Contests!

Mon, Apr 20, 2009

Congratulations to UT Classics Majors, Winners of the 2009 Eta Sigma Phi National Translation Contests!


Classics Junior Timothy Grayson Awarded CAMWS Scholarship

Mon, Apr 20, 2009

Congratulations to Classics Junior Timothy Grayson, who has been awarded a Manson A. Stewart Scholarship for 2009-10 by the Classical Association of the Middle West and South.


Senior Ashley Bishop is awarded the Bernice L. Fox Scholarship for 2009

Annual award of Eta Sigma Phi, the national honors society for Classics undergraduates

Mon, Mar 9, 2009

The scholarship is awarded annually to a member of Eta Sigma Phi who is teaching or preparing to teach Latin at the pre-collegiate level.


Kudos: Max Planck Prize to Professor Galinsky

Fri, Feb 13, 2009

We're very pleased to announce that our own Karl Galinsky, the Floyd A. Cailloux Centennial Professor of Classics, has been awarded a Max Planck International Research Prize in the Humanities. Ave, Magister Carole, atque vale!


Classics Undergrad Signature Courses featured in Daily Texan article

UGS courses seek to broaden education

Wed, Jan 28, 2009

Adam Rabinowitz, a UT assistant classics professor, said he decided to teach an Undergraduate Signature Course because he believes that education should be more than taking tests and making grades.