The 2011-2012 Classics Society was formed with the intent to provide students with opportunities to enhance their undergraduate experience. We have held various events so far that have included movie and pub nights and our Intent to Register Information Session. The Society will be organizing lecture series and study groups in the future to help students achieve more in their studies. We have planned an exciting trip to the Royal Ontario Museum on March 24th that will give students the opportunity to participate in a guided tour of the exhibits and an artifact handling session. We are looking forward to filling next year with even more opportunities!
The Classics Society 2012-2013 reps are:
Consul: Sarah Taylor
Responsibilities: Overseeing and managing the general operation and efficiency of the Classics Society and its events
Praetor: Sarah VanderPloeg
Responsibilities: Secretarial duties, newsletter, organization of study sessions
Quaestor: Drew Davis
Responsibilities: Treasurer duties, fundraising
Tribune: Ellie Graham
Responsibilities: Contact with the Classical Studies department, website updates, communication with other groups, updates to Facebook page
Becoming a Classics Society Member
Prospective members will have two options:
$20 for membership and a Classics Society t-shirt / or
$10 for membership
Coffee Hour Every Thursday
We wish to invite Classics Society Members to join us in the Department library LwH 3202 for Thursday coffee hour. This happens every Thursday at 11:30 and is a great chance to meet your fellow students and faculty members. Everyone has been looking forward to meeting new undergrads so we hope to see you there!
Peer tutoring sessions for Classical Studies students 2012-2013:
As promised, tutoring sessions will begin starting the week of October 9th, 2012
Please email email@example.com for more information.
Also coming up, Trips to The Ontario Museum of Archaeology in London, The Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto, Bake Sales and Christmas party.