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About Us

The 2013-2014 Classics Society aims to provide students with opportunities to enhance their undergraduate experience. Our various events throughout the year will be both social and educational. The Society has organized study sessions, trivia nights, movie nights, and a Toga Party for the upcoming year. We are also organizing a museum trip to the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology at the University of Michigan that will give students the opportunity to participate in a guided tour of the exhibits, an artifact handling session, and a tour of the campus. We are looking forward to this year. We cannot wait to meet and get to know our new members!

The Classics Society 2013-2014 reps are:

Consul: Edin Gurdic
Responsibilities: Overseeing and managing the general operation and efficiency of the Classics Society and its events

Aedile: Nikki Michienzi and Emma Luckhart
Responsibilities: Organization of events, bookings, and secretarial duties

Praetors: Robert Woodcock and Andrew Dodd
Responsibilities: Treasurer duties, fundraising, advertising

Tribune: Paulina Wegrzyn
Responsibilities: Contact with the Classical Studies department, website updates, updates to Facebook page and Twitter account

Becoming a Classics Society Member

Prospective members will have two options:
$20 for membership and a Classics Society t-shirt / or
$10 for membership

Upcoming Events

Our first meeting will take place on WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2nd from 7-11 PM in SH 2316.
We will be doing club signup as well as watching ‘Clash of the Titans.’ We hope to see you all there!


Peer Tutoring

The Classics society executive members are pleased to offer tutoring for Greek and Latin students.

If you are interested in Latin tutoring, please contact Robert Woodcock,

For Greek tutoring, please contact Paulina Wegrzyn

Department of Classical Studies - The University of Western Ontario
Lawson Hall Rm 3205
London, Ontario, Canada, N6A 5B8
Tel: 519.661.3045 Fax: 519-850-2388

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