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Flaschenriem recognized with Emerita status

March 12, 2021

The GVSU Board of Trustees has recognized Barbara Flaschenriem, Ph.D., as Posthumous Associate Professor Emerita of Classics.

GV Magazine: Classics to Career

March 5, 2021

Alumni reflect on applications of studying classical texts in their current professions.

Valuing Classical Translations for Outreach, Diversity, and Art

January 31, 2021

GVSU Classics Prof. Diane Rayor on the merits of literary translation.

GVNext article featuring popularity of Dr. Rayor's translation of Medea

December 14, 2020

GVNext has published an article about the recent popularity of Some of Dr. Rayor's work.

Rayor translation of Medea is being performed!

November 9, 2020

There are opportunities to see Professor Rayor's translation of Medea in performance! All events are free.

Scholarship supports College Year in Athens

May 8, 2018

GVSU Classics major Jenna Weatherwax will spend 2018-19 studying abroad in Greece with support from the Padnos International Scholarship.

GV Lanthorn on Homerathon 6

October 11, 2017

The biennial "Homerathon," a 24-hour event put on by the Grand Valley State University classics department, the Classics Society and Eta Sigma Phi, included the reading and performance of Homer's "The Iliad."

GVSU Classics Alumna on Fieldwork in Greece

May 1, 2017

Kendall Farkas '16 earned support from the national Honorary Society for Classical Studies.

WGVU: Grand Valley Presents Euripides' Helen

March 27, 2017

WGVU's Scott Vander Werf interviews Prof. Diane Rayor about the GVSU Theatre production of her new translation of Euripides' Helen.

GVNow on Staging of "Helen"

March 14, 2017

Euripides' "Helen," first produced in 412 B.C., has been translated for modern audiences by Diane Rayor, professor of Classics, and will be performed by Grand Valley students March 24-April 2.



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