Shawn Daniels was 1 of only 60 students nationwide to be awarded a $5,000 graduate fellowship from The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi. Shawn will graduate in June 2008 as a University Honors Scholar with a double major in Latin and Greek in the Department of Classics. This fall Shawn plans to attend the University of Florida with an Alumni Fellowship, which will cover his educational expenses and provide him with a generous stipend for the next five years. Shawn was also accepted for graduate studies at the University of Michigan and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Shawn has been an active member of the campus community. In addition to tutoring in Latin and Greek, he has worked as a Teaching Assistant in Classics and served on the Dean’s Student Advisory Board. His most notable achievement was the revitalization and reorganization of the Classics Club. Serving as president this year, he helped the group decide on a variety of activities including a museum visit to Indianapolis to see a traveling exhibit from the Louvre, a six-hour “Rome” Marathon (viewing the HBO series), and a spring play reading party. Congratulations, Shawn!