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Dickinson College is offering two summer two online reading workshops in Latin and Greek. Christopher Francese and Meghan Reedy will be leading the Latin Workshop from July 12-16, 2021 on Ovid’s Little Aeneid (Metamorphoses 13.623-14.582). Scott Farrington will […]

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Our Spring meeting has been set! We will be hosting our second virtual meeting on Saturday, May 15th! We have a great set of speakers on the following topics: Ovid & Ara Pacis Augustae being given by Jon […]
To honor Jim’s life and long teaching career, one may make donations to the new Jim Bigger Memorial Fund, which will annually recognize (with a $500 award) a deserving high school senior who wishes to continue their studies of […]

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As you can see, we’ve had a serious makeover! In our new space, we’re able to host so much more of CAV’s history. If you have any Best in Show Essays, copies of CAV News that are “Not […]

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Salvete Comites! When I wrote the fall message, there were so many unknowns: would the pandemic subside, or have a resurgence? Would schools be able to deliver instruction virtually? Would college campuses that opened in August have to […]

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Nominations Committee is welcoming nominations and self-nominations for committee and officer positions in the CAV. In particular, we are looking for new members-at-large for 2021-2023. Please send nominations to Liane Houghtalin (lhoughta@umw.edu), Immediate Past President and Chair of […]

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Lurlene Walker Todd, a native of Virginia,  began her Latin studies in the public schools of Bedford County. Under the instruction of Virginia Bowen Stone,  Latin quickly became one of her favorite subjects in high school, and she […]

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Angela Lloyd taught Latin at Seven Hills School in Lynchburg, Va. from 1961 until her death in 1987 and served as President of the Classical Association of Virginia during 1978-1980.  This prize was established in her honor by her […]