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'Who Really Runs This Yard?' Greek Step Show

By: Koya Perez

October 13 was the night of the step show where the active Greeks competed to find out which fraternity or sorority were the best at DSU respectively. 164 more words

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Spartan Culture

Sparta was an ancient Greek state located in the present day region of Laconia. The population of Sparta consisted of three main groups: The Spartans, who were citizens, the Helots who were slaves and the Perioeci, who were neither slaves nor citizens. 535 more words


Κινέζοι αρχαιολόγοι: «Οι Ελληνες και επί Μεγάλου Αλεξάνδρου ήρθαν στην Κίνα»


Του Θεόφραστου Ανδρεόπουλου

Ότι οι επίγονοι του Μ.Αλεξάνδρου έφτασαν (και αυτοί) στην Κίνα και εξάπλωσαν την ελληνική επιρροή στην αχανή χώρα αναφέρει η Λι Σιουζέν (Li Xiuzhen), αρχαιολόγος στο Μουσείο του Μαυσωλείου του Αυτοκράτορα Τσιν Σι Χουάνγκ, με μεγάλη εμπειρία στις ανασκαφές πεδίου, όπως η έρευνα στη θέση όπου βρέθηκαν οι πήλινοι στρατιώτες του 221 π. 31 more words


Ethics: Aristotle on becoming good

Aristotle on Becoming Good: Habituation, Reflection, and Perception

In Our Time – Virtue

For Aristotle, becoming good is a matter of practice. He believed that each of us are born with dispositions towards good things – an inclination towards justice, courage, and kindness, for example – and becoming good requires us to exercise these dispositions regularly so that they become habits. 600 more words


Isis: The Many faces of Venus

An image of the Aztec (Nahuatl) deity, Quetzalcoatl, another version of Venus.

Venus Polar Vortex

Ancient Kemet Venus figurines.

Venus depicted by Ancient Kemet Headdress. 72 more words


Greek plots renovated for Homecoming

By: Jasmine Saunders, Editor-in-Chief

In the wake of the events from last year’s Homecoming debacle, the area around the sorority and fraternity plots are being renovated as a safety precaution. 311 more words

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Mediterranean Bay

A couple of days ago we shared a very touching piece by our new writer, George Wills; we are pleased to post something a little different from George, a very evocative poem: 125 more words

Poetry, Verse And Euphonic Writing