Juniors Jania Claire, DJ Okuleye and Tate Wright will travel to Rome through the Paideia Institute for language and history study abroad. Last year Isaiah Smith studied in Rome through this scholarship. Students will read selections of Latin texts from the late antique, Patristic, medieval, Renaissance and modern periods. They will experience informal conversational Latin sub arboribus, interactive visits to important historical and literary sites in Rome, lectures in English on different aspects of Latin and its literature, and weekend trips to important sites outside of Rome. Meanwhile, sophomore Kim Motpelier won the essay contest to go to Greece from the Living Greek in Greece Program.