Classics Student Awarded William Royall Scholarship Spends Semester at Intercollegiate Center for Classical Studies in Rome

by on March 20, 2019
Check out these photos from Classics student, Zoe Schneider, who is spending her semester at the Intercollegiate Center for Classical Studies in Rome.  “Standing in the footprints of history is such a humbling experience,” says Zoe, who received the William Royall Scholarship from the Classical Languages Department to support her semester abroad.  She is translating Ovid’s Ars Amatoria, making a mosaic in the method used by ancient mosaicists, will be writing a love guide in Latin in elegaic couplets, and so much more.  “I really cannot speak more highly of this program. The level of academic excellence this program and its students bring has had such a positive impact on me as a student of classics, as well as on just me, Zoe.”  Thanks so much for sharing these pictures with us, Zoe!   (click on each photo to make it bigger)
Classics student Zoe in Rome
Classics student Zoe in Rome
Classics student Zoe in Rome
Classics student Zoe in Rome
Classics student Zoe in Rome

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