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UGA Classics 2019 Alumnae of the MA program, Hana Aghababian and Sarah Epplin, began studies this fall at Cornell University.

Nikki Vellidis, UGA Classics 2019 alumna and former Eta Sigma Phi, Zeta Iota President, appears on the cover of the August issue of Advances in Archaeological Practice, journal of the Society for American Archaeology.

The Epic Journey in Greek and Roman Literature

(Cambridge University Press)

The Classics Department welcomed students for the first day of Fall semester classes last week. Pictured Dr. Harris's Medical Terminology class.

A Student Commentary on Plato’s Euthyphro (University of Michigan Press)

Dr. Charles Platter, Professor of Classics

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