Entries tagged with ‘Classics’

Gusties Get More: Meet Herchran Singh ’17

“Gusties Get More” is a continuing series of profiles examining the many paths Gustavus alums have taken since graduation. Q: Gustavus graduation year/hometown/current location/profession 2017 Rochester, MN Currently live in Saginaw, MI OBGYN Resident Q: How did you choose your major(s)? I knew I wanted to go into medicine and naturally gravitated toward the sciences. […]

Iker Ortiz Hidalgo ’17 Pairs Classics and Football for Well-Rounded Experience

His experiences on the hill have allowed him to discover his vocation, play on the Golden Gusties football team, and – most recently – to spend the summer on an archaeological dig in Portugal after winning the College’s Kehm Smith Award.

Shine: Eric Dugdale

CORE VALUE: COMMUNITY. Eric Dugdale brings students into collaborative research on the Venetus A, the oldest surviving manuscript of Homer’s Iliad. Seven students have traveled to the Center for Hellenic Studies in Washington, D.C., to learn to read the manuscript and enter its text and commentary in XML mark-up language, creating the first complete edition. […]

Ashley Nickel ’17: The World is Her Classroom

Junior classics major Ashley Nickel is using a $10,000 scholarship to take part in the highly selective Duke Intercollegiate Center for Classical Studies program in Rome.

Möbius Initiative Highlights Value of Liberal Arts through Interdisciplinary Collaboration

The College’s Möbius Initiative is offering faculty and students an innovative way to explore the liberal arts by connecting teachers and learners from different disciplines in a series of collaborative projects.

Gustavus Senior to Present Paper at Regional Conference

Gustavus Adolphus College senior Andrew Howard will present a paper, titled "The Runner and the Iliad" April 14 at the 103rd annual meeting of the Classical Association of the Middle West and South (CAMWS).