Eta Sigma Phi & The Chimera Club
Eta Sigma Phi: Delta Theta Chapter, Dickinson College
"Lovers of Wisdom and Beauty are We . . ."
Eta Sigma Phi is the national honor society for students of Greek, Latin, and Classical Studies. The society was founded in 1914 at the University of Chicago under the name Phi Sigma, and became a national society in 1924 under its current name. The purposes of Eta Sigma Phi are to encourage classical scholarship, enhance the appreciation of our Greek and Roman cultural heritage, and to promote good will and friendship among students of the classics.
One of Dickinson's first departmental honor societies, The Delta Theta chapter of Eta Sigma Phi was chartered on April 22, 1964. Our officers for 2012/2013 are: James Martin local President; Lucy McInerney, Vice President; Chris Striker, Treasurer; Victoria Cacchione, Secretary; Solai Sanchez, Historian; Meredith Wilson, Ossifer.
Link to Gladiator spectacle sponsored by the Classics Department during Eta Sigma Phi convention held on Dickinson campus, 2000.
Professor Meghan Reedy escorted 7 students to the 2010 Eta Sigma Phi convention at Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA.: Brendan Boston, Alice Ettling, Louise Feder, Adam Krosnick, James Martin, Laura Takakjy, and Lilah Terwilliger. Mr. Boston was elected to a national office. Congratulations Brendan!
To learn more about the Delta Theta chapter, or about Eta Sigma Phi as a whole, contact Marc Mastrangelo, Chair of Classical Studies (email@example.com), or chapter adviser, Assist. Professor Meghan Reedy (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The Dickinson Chimaera Club
Classics, Archaeology & All Things Ancient
If it's old, we're intrigued, if it's dead, captivated!
For events, activities and membership, please contact the Secretary (below)
a) to develop and promote interest in classical and archaeological
study among the students of Dickinson College; b) to promote closer
relationships among students who are interested in classical and
archaeological study; c) to engage generally in an effort to stimulate
knowledge of classical and archaeological subjects.
Margaret Staudter, President
Megan Paqua, Vice President
Marjorie Haines, Treasurer
Lawrence Chiatti, Secretary
For more information or to join, email the secretary
Be it known that this organization grew out of a group of students
wishing to further the interests of Classics and Archaeology on campus.
Therefore, we, the members of the Chimaera Club, in order to further the
spirit of cooperation and good will among the members of interested
departments and to stimulate interest in the study of classics,
archaeology, and those disciplines that fall within that scope, do
ordain and adopt this Constitution.
Club sponsored by the Classical Studies Department