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 Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2005 IssueFaculty/Staff E-Newsletter

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The annual Classics: Department of Classics Newsletter reaches over 200 alumni. This year's edition features stories on new faculty and visitors, on CU-Boulder's exciting excavation project at the Villa of Maxentius (ca. AD 310) in Rome and on a fascinating online exhibit of ancient Greek vessels organized by graduate students. Read about the accomplishments of our students, several of them recipients of the generous Ann Nichols Scholarships and learn what faculty and alumni of Classics have been up to. Read Classics Spring 2004.

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Family Weekend – A Refreshing Experience

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