Congratulations to our seniors! Here are a few announcements of awards that will appear in the Commencement issue of Nota Bene (coming very soon!).
Ancient History Prize
for a thesis on Ancient History
Smyth Thesis Prize
for a thesis on Greek
Pease Thesis Prize
for a thesis on Latin
for an outstanding undergraduate thesis
Christopher Colby, Caroline Engelmayer, Alejandro Quintana
for an outstanding and imaginative undergraduate thesis
Arthur Deloraine Corey Fellowship
for graduate study
Christopher Colby, Sheridan Marsh, Liam Warner
Louis Curtis Prize
for excellence in Latin
William King Richardson Scholarship
for distinction in both Greek and Latin
for academic achievement and contributions to the Classics community
Julie Effron, Samantha Hand, Micah Johnson-Levy,
Sheridan Marsh, Sam Puopolo, Ben Roy
Additional Awards Won by Graduating Seniors
The Bowdoin Prize for Greek translation has been awarded to Liam Warner (’20) and to Molly Goldberg (’22).
The Bowdoin Prize for Latin translation has been awarded to Caroline Engelmayer (’20).
The David Taggart Clark Prize for the Undergraduate Latin Commencement Oration has been awarded to Caroline Engelmayer ('20).
Lydia Cawley (’20) has been awarded the Pearson Fellowship to pursue an MPhil in Classics at Jesus College, Cambridge, next year, where she will continue the interest that she has developed in 20th- and 21st-century Arabic receptions of classical texts, under the guidance of faculty in both Classics and Middle Eastern Studies.
One undergraduate student has earned recognition in the competition for this year’s John J. Winkler Memorial Prize: Ellis Yeo (’20) has won the undergraduate Winkler Prize for her essay, "Love’s Grief Work: Reading Ancient Greece in the AIDS Elegies of James Merrill."
Ben Roy (’20), is one of two seniors in the College to be awarded the Aloian Memorial Scholarship for demonstrating thoughtful leadership and improving the quality of life in their Houses (in Ben’s case, Kirkland).
The following Classics Concentrators were nominated to Phi Beta Kappa this academic year: Lydia Cawley (’20) and Alejandro Quintana (’20).