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Eta Sigma Phi, Epsilon Iota Chapter

Established in 1978

Organization and Chapter History

In the autumn of 1914, a group of students in the Department of Greek at the University of Chicago organized as an undergraduate classical club under the name of Phi Sigma. This organization continued for ten years with a membership consisting of students of Latin and Greek. By a union of this society with a society already existing at Northwestern University, in 1924 the organization became national. The Chicago society became the Alpha Chapter and the Northwestern society became the Beta Chapter. With the nationalization, the name became Eta Sigma Phi.

Mission Statement  

To develop and promote interest in classical study among the students of colleges and universities

To promote closer fraternal relationship among students who are interested in classical study, including inter-campus relationship

To engage generally in an effort to stimulate interest in classical study, and in the history, art, and literature of ancient Greece and Rome.

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2020 Chapter Officers

Please feel free to reach out to any of our officers for information about Eta Sigma Phi, Classical Studies or regarding any other concerns.


Noah Harris
Prytanis, President
Major: Linguistics & Classical Studies
Minor: Computer Science
Contact: noah.harris@ufl.edu

Isa Koreniuk
Hyparchos, Vice-Presiden
Major: Linguistics & Classical Studies
Certificate: TESL
Contact: isakoreniuk@ufl.edu

Sean Amiel
Chrysophylax, Treasurer
Major: Public Health
Minor: Anthropology & Medical Geography in Global Health
Contact: seanamiel@ufl.edu

Stephanie Miller
Grammateus, Secretary
Major: Business Administration
Minor: History
Contact: stephanie.miller@ufl.edu

Claudette J. Lopez
Pyloros, Historian
Major: Anthropology & Classical Studies
Minor: Geology
Contact: claudette.lopez@ufl.edu