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Chair of Literature Humanities Joanna Stalnaker moderated a conversation about sexual violence in Ovid’s poetry with New Yorker staff writer Jia Tolentino and classicist Stephanie McCarter.

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Classical Whines: Ovid’s Metamorphoses

Classical Whines is back for whines about the classics and a wine rec. This time, it’s about Ovid’s Metamorphoses; a work that was once on the LitHum syllabus but has since been eviscerated from the Core. As a disclaimer, we are aware that LitHum syllabi may differ slightly between sections, but for our intents and […]

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Your NSOP 2011 Theme is “Taking Root, Branching Out”

Take heed, 2015ers! “Taking Root, Branching Out” is this year’s NSOP vanilla, and will likely affect what goes on the t-shirts. It’s a clever choice of theme. It potentially encompasses two stalwarts of undergraduate enthusiasm, environmental awareness and diversity (how many of you wrote your college essays about your grandparents, or other miscellaneous relatives?). And […]

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It’s Like Ovid in Your Mouth

Free miracle berries and an array of sour things to miraculously transform them, from 3 to 4:30 in three locations: Broadway Lobby, McBain First Floor Lounge, Ruggles Basement. Flavor tripping courtesy of Residential Programs.

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