Tulane Classics Club

The Tulane Classics Club is devoted to the promotion of Classics and the love of classical antiquity, not only of Rome and Greece, but also the Near East, Egypt, Britannia, and anywhere in between. We advance an appreciation of Classics and Mediterranean antiquity through film screenings, lectures, meetings, t-shirts, and buttons. We are a social organization, where talking and asking questions further our goals.

Recent events have included screenings of HBO's Rome, the BBC series I, Claudius, and the film Troy, with a discussion led by Dr. Ken Harl of the Tulane History Department. Our advisors and faculty play an integral part in the club, as they answer the pressing questions that we all have about antiquity in an informal setting outside of class.


Recent News & Updates

  • February 22, 2011: Classics Club & Eta Sigma Phi

    "The Greek Way of Mardi Gras"

    Prof. Margaret Butler, Tulane University

    In Jones Hall 204, 7:30 pm, Tuesday, Feb. 22