Tag Archives: greece

Film Series: The Lobster

2015. Greece/UK. Dir: Yurgos Lanthimos. With Colin Farrell, Rachel Weisz. 118 min.

A newly divorced schlub has forty-five days to find a new partner at a single’s retreat or else be transformed into an animal of his choosing. Dogtooth auteur Lanthimos builds on his far-out premise in unexpected ways, constructing an absurdist parable about love that’s deeply unsettling yet surprisingly human.

Tonight / 8 p.m. / Goldsmith Family Cinema / $5

Classical Studies Open House


Catherine Chase ’15 writes in:

Do you have a love for ancient Greece and Rome? Do you want a reason
to wear a toga? Then come to the Classical Studies Open House!

Learn about the department’s two majors, Classics and Classical
Civilization, study abroad opportunities, new course offerings, summer
study, archaeological fieldwork, the Metis Undergraduate Journal of
Classical Studies, and more!

There will be FREE lunch!
And that’s the gospel truth!

Date: Thursday, November 6th
Time: 12:00-1:00 PM
Place: 200 Downey House Lounge

Transitional Justice – Juries – Constitutions

Oh yeah.

Another interesting talk to fill your dull and lonely day. Catherine Chase ’15 writes in: 

Do you like ancient Greece? Do you want to know what ancient Greece can teach us about contemporary institutional design? Are you interested in going to law school?

Then come hear Professor Adriaan Lanni, all the way from HARVARD LAW SCHOOL, talk it.

Date: Wednesday, February 20
Time: 4:15 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Place: Wyllys 112
Price: Free

MGMT gets positive review in Greece

Two weeks without a mention of Wes darlings MGMT? I think not. FYI: even the Greeks are hopping on the MGMT bandwagon.

The Athens Voice recently gave a favorable review of the latest MGMT album, Oracular Spectacular:

They play “clumsily” and “off-handedly” with the impressions from a mini psychedelic trip that incorporates pop music trends from the age of Ian Hunter, Cuicide, CCR, and Spaceman 3. Two Americans attempt a blend of glam, punk, garage, and dance, processed into pop psychedelia. Encouraging debut.

Thanks to Anna Pachner ’09 for the tip and Greek skillz.