Wednesday, September 27, 2006
Reminder: The annual Undergraduate Workshop on Applying for Graduate School and FUNDING will take place on the afternoon of Friday, Sept. 29, 1-4pm in ARTS 105 (click here to see poster with full details).
PLAUTUS’ THE POT OF GOLD,
AS PERFORMED BY THE LATIN SUMMER CAMP PLAYERS
in Latin, with English subtitles,
Thursday, September 28
Wine and cheese: 4:00 pm
Performance: 4:30 pm
DIRECTED BY BRENT MCFARLANE
DARREN ZIMMER as Euclio (“Ucli”), a deservedly unappreciated miserable old guy
JOHN HOLGATE as the Lar (“Larry”), Euclio’s under-appreciated family god
LILIAN CHERRY as Barbia (“Barbie”), Euclio’s beautiful but stupid daughter
MARCY MURPHY as Staphyla (“Staffie”), long-suffering slave to Ucli & Barbie
JOHN PAULI as 1) Megadorus (“Biglyrich”), Euclio’s insufferable neighbor
2) Lyconides (“Likki”), M’s beautiful but stupid nephew
ABBEY PAULI as Eunomia, Lyconides’ eminently sensible mother
COME AND SEE THE KIND OF THING THE ROMANS ENJOYED
WHEN THEY WEREN’T THROWING LIONS TO THE CHRISTIANS!
ADMISSION IS FREE (BUT DONATIONS ARE GRATEFULLY ACCEPTED!!)!
Tuesday, September 26, 2006
Thursday, September 21, 2006
The annual Undergraduate Workshop on Applying for Graduate School and FUNDING will take place on the afternoon of Friday, Sept. 29, 1-4pm in ARTS 105(click here to see poster with full details).
John is also planning a session for MA students and senior undergraduates devoted specifically to the process of applying for support from SSHRC at the MA level. For which, stay tuned...
Wednesday, September 20, 2006
Sunday, September 17, 2006
The James H. Gray Essay Prize for the best 400-level History research paper has been awarded to Brendan Kelly for his essay, "La Petite Guerre of the Iroquois and the Colonists of French Canada: A Study in Adaptation”, written for Dale Miquelon's History 450 class. Brendan graduated with his honours degree in May, and is currently pursuing his M.A. in our department.
The Simpson Prize in History, awarded to two first-year students deemed to have written the best exams in 100-level History courses, has been awarded to Elise Epp for her final exam in History 120, taught by Gordon DesBrisay; and Eric MacFarlane, for his final in History 122, taught by Lisa Smith.