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Latin Students Capture Extraordinary Achievement in Academic Publishing

Advanced Latin student Maya '24 has been accepted for publication in the online journal Sententiae Antiquae. She is publishing the final paper from Latin V, which she wrote last year and revised throughout the summer. The paper compares the intersection of themes in Roman elegy with lyrical jazz. Click here to read her piece. You may also read more about her in a profile published earlier about her this year.

Digital journals are fast becoming the future of academic publishing. As a peer-reviewed academic journal, it is uncommon for an undergraduate Classics student to be accepted for publication. Alumna Plum Luard '22 and Riya Juneja '22 were also published in Sententiae Antiquae. They too published the papers written for the Latin V class. 
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