The Department of Classics and General Humanities Celebrates Halloween!

Victoria Larson

Lara Croft (right) talks about the "Villa of the Antonines" archaeology project

Lara Croft, a Scots-Irishman, Indiana Jones, Mount Vesuvius, an Evil Wizard, and a large crowd of others gathered today, October 31, 2017,  in the Department of Classics and General Humanities' seminar room to eat, discuss upcoming course offerings, and celebrate Halloween.   Four students with best costumes were awarded a free lunch ticket (courtesy of the Dean's office) as well as a Venetian mask!