Some Current Majors

Kate Jensen

Graduating Class: Spring 2024
Major: Classics (Greek & Latin)
Why Classics: I’ve always loved learning about the history of languages and the interdependence of language and culture. Studying Classics gives me the opportunity to explore this more deeply while also getting to learn about many other subjects that I’m interested in— Art, Science, Literature, etc.

Caden Kennedy

Graduating Class: Spring 2025
Major: Classics (Greek & Latin)

Adam Rodriguez

Graduating Class: Spring 2025
Major: Classics (Greek & Latin)
Why Classics: Ancient and modern languages have always fascinated me, and I’ve always had a passion for antiquity in general. Classics gives me a way to harness this passion and share it with likeminded students and teachers. If I wasn’t majoring in Classics, I’d be doing it for fun anyway!

Megan Sullivan

Graduating Class: Spring 2023
Major: Classics, Latin and Greek
Why Classics: I have a very wide range of interests, and I like that within classics, I can study all of them within the context of ancient Mediterranean civilizations. I get to study language, literature, humor, politics, history, women, class structure, and so much more without being made to commit to only one topic.

Ryland Wilson

Graduating Class: Spring 2025
Major: Mathematics and Classics (Latin)
Why Classics: Studying Classics gives me access to a wonderful variety of stories and ideas. Vivid histories and powerful pieces of literature emerge through the dynamic and unapologetically human characters of the classical world. Their lives have resonated through the years and can still inspire and inform us today.