Learning Latin Together

Learning a language requires a community — and in Latin and Greek we have many opportunities to support each other in learning these languages:

♦ All Latin 101 students can attend Supplemental Instruction sessions, taught by Gwen Gibbons. There are three sessions every week:

Sundays 5:00 – 6:00 ECTR 102

Tuesdays 6:00 – 7:00 Randolph 301B

Thursdays 5:00 – 6:00 Randolph 301B

♦ LATN 102-202 and all Greek students can see Sophie Naughton for free study/help sessions. To make an appointment, visit the webpage for the Center for Student Learning. It’s easy: http://csl.cofc.edu/labs/foreign-languages-tutoring-lab/index.php

♦ Our Classics Honor Society sponsors an open study hall-session every Thursday, 2-4pm in Randolph Hall 301B.

Gwen Gibbons (SI instructor) and Sophie Naughton (CSL tutor) say come on and join in the fun of learning together!



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2 Responses to Learning Latin Together

  1. Kerry Orvin says:

    I am a former cofc student. I was wondering if you can translate this for me? Also, can it have multiple translations?
    Ex Umbris eruditio

    • James Newhard says:

      roughly, ‘knowledge from darkness’. Eruditio is a noun meaning the removal of ignorance, ‘ex umbris’ = from the shadows or out of the shadows.

      Hope this helps!

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