One of the greatest things about Core (you know, besides everything) is that it doesn’t just promote itself, it’s also interested in making sure you know about all kinds of events in other departments that could intrigue you, discussions you might not be a part of otherwise. This week, we have just such an opportunity. This Wednesday, the 5th, from 5-7pm the Classics Department has invited Michael Silk from King’s College in London to come give a lecture entitled “Euripides, Pindar, and Others: What makes Poetry Poetic”. It’s located in the School of Theology (745 Commonwealth Ave) in room 409. There will be refreshments, good company, and knowledge so feel free to stop on by and listen. Bring a friend, enjoy yourself, and let us know what you think afterwards.
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