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Summer Intermediate Greek


Author: Sherry Reichold

Want to Improve your ability to read ancient Greek?  

Preparing for language exams?

Take Intermediate Greek this summer

Fall 2019: Ancient Heroes from Achilles to Luke Skywalker


Author: Department of Classics

In this class, ancient texts and recent movies will introduce us to the lives of these ancient heroes and heroines, from Achilles through to Luke Skywalker. By studying them we will come to understand their ideals and ambitions, and compare them to our own ideals and ambitions. This class will raise this and similar questions. Finally, in the last part of the class, we will compare these heroes and heroines with Christian heroes, such as Dante in the Divine Comedy

Notre Dame Aequora Program Brings Latin to Local Elementary School


Author: Brigid O'Keefe

This January, the Notre Dame Aequora Program began its partnership with Clay International Academy, a South Bend elementary school. The Program, headed by Professor Luca Grillo and Professor Tadeusz Mazurek, consists of twenty Notre Dame undergraduate and graduate students who go to Clay Academy once per week to teach Latin to fifth-grade students.

Exam week


Author: Sherry Reichold

Final Exam week, Dec. 10-14, 2018.…

Video: Why top employers hire Notre Dame liberal arts majors


Author: Todd Boruff

College of Arts and Letters graduates find success in the business world in a variety of roles and industries. Major companies are seeking college graduates proficient in communication, analysis, empathy, and creative thinking — skills that all Arts and Letters develop through a broad liberal arts education. “There’s lots of different opportunities for liberal arts majors,” said Lindsey Jacob, university recruiting lead for Booz Allen Hamilton, a professional services firm. “Management consulting, process improvement, strategic communications, public policy work. You really are able to chart your own career.”


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