The Student Perspective: New blog by Classics major Tanys Lowry
Oct 3, 2022
Classics is a student-centered program that encourages holistic exploration of the Greek and Roman world - mythology and religion, languages and literatures, art and archaeology, history, philosophical traditions, and social and legal forms - from the age of Homeric heroes, to the emergence of democracy in ancient Greece, the rise and fall of the Roman empire, and early Christianity.
Join us in lively discussion of these fascinating ancient cultures, and build important life-long skills that equip you to make our world a better place.
“Classics students have the tools to see our world as it really is because they have encountered and imaginatively experienced another that is so like, and so very unlike, our own.”
CHARLOTTE HIGGINS // AUTHOR AND JOURNALIST
Benefits of Classics Today: Why Study Classics at Grand Valley?
Andrew R. Lund receives 2022-23 Rome Prize Fellowship in Ancient Studies from the American Academy in Rome.
Jun 20, 2022
Hannah Gaff, Class of 2008, is the recipient of a Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program award to Egypt.
Jul 18, 2021
Fellow Classics student Meghan O'Neill presented a paper at a national conference. GVNext featured her in an article about her experience.