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By Melissa V Parno
Classical Studies’ own Michael Howard (CAS ’14) was a co-coach of the Massachusetts Junior Classical League’s victorious 2013 Certamen team. At this year’s national competition, the team won the Advanced Certamen competition for the first time ever and won the Intermediate Certamen competition for the second year in a row. Congratulations everyone!
On Sunday, February 24, Professor Esposito served as a panelist in a “talk-back” after a BU CFA School of Theater production of Margaret Atwood’s The Penelopiad, a feminist rewrite of Homer’s Odyssey. The performance (minus Professor Esposito) continues through March 2 at the Boston Center for the Arts.
Don’t miss your chance to see one of the icons of Roman art on view in the MFA’s Roman Art Gallery only through May 1. The Capitoline “Brutus,” a world-famous bronze portrait of a Roman statesman is on loan from the Palazzo dei Conservatori/Capitoline Museum, Rome, for just a short time.