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Volcanoes and virtues in ancient Greece

St Andrews will this week play host to public talks on two very different aspects of Greek and Roman culture: erupting volcanoes and virtues in Greek tragedy.

Classics in Scotland

A body founded over a hundred years ago to promote the teaching of Classics in Scotland has appointed a new Honorary President.

Classics taken to ‘higher’ level

A group of up to eighty local school pupils with an interest in the Classics will be welcomed to the University of St Andrews next week (Wednesday 12th March, 2003) for a conference aimed especially at pupils of the subject at Highers level.

Classic ‘first’ in St Andrews

The University of St Andrews will host the first of a series of new events organised by the 'reborn' Tayside Classical Association tomorrow (Wednesday 13th November, 2002).

Scots youngsters in classics drama at St Andrew

Classically minded school pupils from all over Scotland gathered at St Andrews yesterday (Wednesday 12th June, 2002) to take part in the traditional Annual Recitation and Project Competition organised jointly by The Tayside Classical Organisation and the University of St Andrews.

Another ‘classic’ for St Andrews

A new Classics research centre at the University of St Andrews is to be formally opened this week (Friday 15th March 2002) with a lecture by one of the most distinguished academics in the field of Classics and Philosophy.