Archive for Ahna Gilbertson

Annual Broomball Game

On Saturday December 13, 2008, Classicists and Non-Classicists alike joined together in the annual Eta Sigma Phi broomball game. The competitive match-up between Greeks and Romans took place in the Lund Ice Arena. A tight scoring game led the Greeks to believe they had won, but were distraught when the Romans revealed that information was […]

Eta Sigma Phi Welcomes New Members

The Ides of March is characteristically known as an ominous day, full of suspicion and folklore. However, events in the Melva Lind Interpretive Center were anything but auspicious. New members of Eta Sigma Phi were inducted into the society and promised to bind together in “earnest endeavor, good will, and friendship.” The ceremony included a […]

Roman Food Extravaganza

On Thursday, January 29, Eta Sigma Phi paired up with Professor Mary McHugh’s Roman Food and Culture class. The interim class displayed their culinary creativity in many Mediterranean dishes. Highlights included: moretum, ham in a crust, Pizza Rustica, carrots in cumin sauce, and green beans. Eta Sigma Phi kindly offered pitas, tzatziki sauce, and sparkling […]

Eta Sigma Phi Hosts Toga Party

On Thursday October 30, 2008, Classicists as well as non-Classicists gathered in Old Main to have a Dionysian feast of pizza, lemonade, and Halloween decorated frost-your-own-cookies. Activities included: a Julius Caesar photo booth, Plato’s Play-doh sculpting, a Roman coloring station (designing your own ancient pottery), and Pin the Laurel on Caesar. Winners of the toga […]