Category: Students

Posted on October 6th, 2023 in Faculty, We Have Thoughts On That... by Elizabeth W. Thill

Recently Dr. Thill was working in her dark cave of academia, having brilliant thoughts about people who have been dead for 1800 years, when she received an email from IU-Indianapolis Social Media. This email informed her that there was a huge hot trend on social media about the Roman Empire, and the IU-Indianapolis Social Media …

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Posted on September 18th, 2023 in Classes, Students, Upcoming by Elizabeth W. Thill

Want to enhance your growth as a citizen of the world? Ask timeless big-picture questions while learning marketable skills? Expand and unlearn what you thought you knew about Ancient Greece and Rome? Draw connections to the past in your field of study? Whether you are minoring in Classical Studies, or taking courses to expand your view …

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Posted on September 18th, 2023 in Classes, Featured, Students, Upcoming by Elizabeth W. Thill

Want to enhance your growth as a citizen of the world? Ask timeless big-picture questions while learning marketable skills? Expand and unlearn what you thought you knew about Ancient Greece and Rome? Draw connections to the past in your field of study? Whether you are minoring in Classical Studies, or taking courses to expand your view …

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Posted on July 24th, 2023 in Events, Local, We Have Thoughts On That... by Elizabeth W. Thill

Recently, Classical Studies Program Director Dr. Elizabeth Thill did something she had not done in years: she attended a newly released movie, in the theater, where the aim was not to keep her children entertained (although she did bring her children, a somewhat questionable decision). What movie could coax her out of her self-imposed movie-theater …

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Posted on April 28th, 2023 in Students, We Have Thoughts On That... by Elizabeth W. Thill

This photo was shared by student Corran Goodart. More about Corran at the end of the post. One of the lesser known facts about ancient people in Pompeii is that they were really, really into doodling. So into doodling, that they regularly scratched doodles into the walls of pretty much everything: public buildings like temples or …

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Posted on April 7th, 2023 in Students, We Have Thoughts On That... by Elizabeth W. Thill

This post was written by student Bailey Evans, as part of her Spring 2023 Honors Project in CLAS-C 321 Classical Cultures and Myth in Theater and Film. More about Bailey at the end of the post. Stories don’t just disappear as time progresses. In fact, they can become even more well known. There are many …

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Posted on March 22nd, 2023 in Classes, Students by Elizabeth W. Thill

Want to enhance your growth as a citizen of the world? Ask timeless big-picture questions while learning marketable skills? Expand and unlearn what you thought you knew about Ancient Greece and Rome? Draw connections to the past in your field of study? Whether you are minoring in Classical Studies, or taking courses to expand your view …

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Posted on March 20th, 2023 in Classes, Featured, Students by Elizabeth W. Thill

Want to enhance your growth as a citizen of the world? Ask timeless big-picture questions while learning marketable skills? Expand and unlearn what you thought you knew about Ancient Greece and Rome? Draw connections to the past in your field of study? Whether you are minoring in Classical Studies, or taking courses to expand your view …

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Posted on January 9th, 2023 in Classes, Students by Elizabeth W. Thill

Still looking for that perfect course to fill out your semester? Check out late-start Classical Studies courses, still available for enrollment in Spring 2023! All late-start classes are Online Asynchronous. 2nd 5-week session (Feb 13 – Mar 17) NEW! B314: The Environment in the Ancient World (33531) 5 week, 1 credit “appetizer” class can be combined …

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Posted on September 16th, 2022 in Announcements, Classes, Students by Elizabeth W. Thill

Want to enhance your growth as a citizen of the world? Ask timeless big-picture questions while learning marketable skills? Expand and unlearn what you thought you knew about Ancient Greece and Rome? Draw connections to the past in your field of study? Whether you are minoring in Classical Studies, or taking courses to expand your view …

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