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News, events and happening from the Randolph College classics department.

Students study Tunisian bones for archaeological excavation
By collecting data on thousands of bones excavated from an ancient church, students will help establish the number of individuals who were in a fifth-century North African congregation.
Classics professor highlighted in local news story
Amy R. Cohen is attending a selective seminar on teaching Homer in modern college classrooms, and The News & Advance published a story about her.
Classics Professor Chosen to Participate in Iliad Seminar
Amy R. Cohen is one of just 20 chosen nationwide
Amy R. Cohen chosen for selective conference on the Iliad
Only 20 professors nationwide were chosen to attend this conference, part of a series on "Ancient Greece in the Modern Classroom."
Susan Stevens receives grant to support book project
On sabbatical next year, she will begin writing a book about the excavation of a Vandal period Christian basilica in Africa
Summer program allows students to work on art and archaeological conservation projects
Archaeological Conservation Institute applications due Feb. 1
Randolph Magazine: Restoring History
Randolph students work with respected conservators in Italy.
Greek Play 2012: Seven Against Thebes
Randolph College students present the Greek tragedy "Seven Against Thebes" by Aeschylus in continuation of the College's Greek Play tradition.
Randolph College Presents its Greek Play Oct. 5-7
Unique production provides audience members with a realistic ancient drama experience
Monica Varner 14 spends summer restoring and preserving art and architecture
Varner participated in two summer archeological and preservation programs connected to the College.
Susan Stevens presides, presents at symposium
Paper discusses her archaelogical research at Carthage
Profile: Anneka Freeman '11 - A Quiet Strength
Even cancer couldn't stop Anneka from making the most of her Randolph experience.
Susan Stevens Receives National Teaching Award
Randolph classics professor to receive Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching Award from AIA
Profile: Giving Back
Jennifer Lee '03 shows that giving consistently, even if it's a little at a time, can make a difference.
Learning Latin
Randolph students volunteer to keep local elementary school program from being cut.
In the News: Randolph College's Greek Play Featured on WDBJ7
"Hecuba" scheduled for Oct. 8-10
In the News: Randolph College Greek Play Featured in Local Publication
The Burg showcases 2010 performance of Hecuba (Oct. 8-10)
Luckiest Classicist in the World
Professor Amy R. Cohen puts her own touch on Greek Play tradition.
Classics Students Garner End of Year Honors
Roundup of recent achievements.
Randolph Magazine Feature Story: Connecting the Dots
Experiential Learning Center uses new journey mapping technique to guide students on career path.

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