All events are free and open to the public.
If you want to participate in The Science Behind Roman Frescoes workshop, you will need to register with David Yates in advance (spaces are limited, so act now!!).
Monday, Sept. 30
11 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Myth Campaign Kickoff
Come by the CAF from as Prof. Jennifer Lewton-Yates' Classical Mythology class try to convince you to vote for their mythological hero as the unofficial myth mascot for the college ... they will be in costume! Be sure to watch their campaign videos on YouTube and vote in the campus-wide election! Results announced on Friday.
Tuesday, Oct. 1
Besieging the Bowl
Join Dr. David Yates' War and Society class in the Bowl as they break out 50 PVC-pipe spears and put Greek tactics to the test. Volunteers welcome!
Wednesday, Oct. 2
8 a.m. - 9 a.m.
Hungry? Dr. Holly Sypniewski's Gender and Sexuality class will be serving some homemade Roman breakfast delicacies outside the CAF. Come by and get a little morning appetizer ... Roman style!
Thursday, Oct. 3
Rain date for Besieging the Bowl - same time, same place.
Friday, Oct. 4
The Science Behind Roman Frescoes
Saved the best for last. In AC 215 Hilary Becker will give a talk about Roman Frescoes, and then at 1:30 we will have a hands-on demo. Yes! You will make your own Roman fresco with authentic materials. You must register with David Yates, email@example.com, to take part in the demo.