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Five Classics/Classical Civ. students win summer grants! Joshua Ziesel ('17) will spend his summer studying the language of the Athenian orator Lysias, Kjerstin Burdiek ('17) will research the persona of Alexander the Great, and Calix O'Hara ('17) will test the abilities of linothorax armor. Calix will also be giving a talk titled "Developing a Model for the Testing of Ancient Body Armor" at the National Undergraduate Research Colloquium in Eastern Washington University (Spokane, WA) in April. Katie Wright (’17) will be going on the College Year in Athens' summer program, and Michele Ryan (’17), a double-major in Classical Civilization and Biology (with a chemistry minor), will help with forensic anthropological analysis and field/lab illustration of human skeletal remains from the late Iron age burial ground in Eleutherna, Crete.
Natalie Tsottles' ('16) work on translating Latin profiled by Loyola News. Read the full story here.