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Jun 11 2014 | Stanford Report
The Lloyd W. Dinkelspiel Awards recognize distinctive and exceptional contributions to undergraduate education or the quality of student life at Stanford. The contribution may be made for such activities as curriculum design, program development, advising excellence, residential education,...
May 13 2014
Despite its horrors, war has made our world less violent, finds Prof. Ian Morris.   Full Stanford Report Article The Daily Beast Review  
May 9 2014
Each year, through a national competition, the Rome Prize is awarded to approximately thirty individuals who represent the highest standard of excellence in the arts and humanities. Rome Prize recipients are provided with a fellowship, which includes a stipend and live/working space, and are...
May 7 2014 | Stanford Report
Classicists around the world have been busy puzzling over and talking about fragments from two new poems of the 6th-century BCE poet Sappho of Lesbos ever since Oxford papyrologist Dirk Obbink shared a preliminary version of the forthcoming first edition. The UC Berkeley and Stanford Classics...
Student theater troupe re-imagines and re-translates the family farce in Plautus' "Casina", setting it in the Gilded Age of San Francsicso where a montley crew of characters pokes fun at social institutions.