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Summer 2003

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Classical pursuits

“Chariot” races provide a hands-on (not to say white-knuckled) finale to this spring’s Academic Festival. After a full day packed with eighty readings, presentations, and demonstrations of the best student academic work of the year, the SkidmOlympics brought students onto Case Green for fencing, running, wheelbarrow-charioteering, throwing the javelin and discus (OK, a football and a frisbee), and reading poetry. The SkidmOlympics were organized by students in HF200, Greco-Roman Games, an honors section of CC200, The Classical World, taught by Michael Arnush.



 


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