Why a Latin Club?
The Latin Club promotes the study of Classics, including Greek and Roman Culture, History, and the Latin language, which applies to every major and profession in some way. Plus, it’s a chance to have fun while learning!
Latin Club is student-run, with student members and a faculty advisor. Any University of Lynchburg student who is interested in Latin and ancient Rome is welcome to join.
Praeses (President): Brianna Fann
Praeses Vicarius (Vice President): Chidinma Adiele
Quaestor (Treasurer): Julia Melone
Ab Epistulis (Secretary): Chibunma Adiele
Latin Club Events: Spring 2018
Thursday, Feb. 15 at 6 p.m., Pete’s Place in Drysdale
Celebrating the founding of Rome by Romulus and Remus, plus stories from Roman mythology and astronomy: the moon and constellations. Refreshments served.
Thursday, Mar. 15 at 6 p.m., Pete’s Place in Drysdale
Brains vs. Brawn Challenge: Rock Climbing and Trivia competition at the rock wall where we will give out prizes to the winners. Later we will meet up in Westover room for hot cocoa and snacks.
Wednesday, Apr. 11 at 6 p.m., Pete’s Place in Drysdale
Game Night and lecture from Dr. Tiner about Latin’s role in medicine. The Meditrinalia was an ancient Roman festival in honor of healing. Refreshments served.
Latin Club Dinner for Officers and Friends, Olive Garden (December 7, 2017)
First row: Tajai Sion-Milligan; Dr. Elza Tiner, Advisor; Brianna Fann, President; Julia Melone, Treasurer; Second row: Dr. Harold Butner (Dr. Tiner’s husband); Adam Hauser; Chidinma Adiele, Vice President; Chibunma Adiele, Secretary and Latin Tutor
For more information, please contact one of the officers or the faculty advisor, Dr. Elza C. Tiner, at .