Nikias 101

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USC President C.L. Max Nikias educated a select group of 35 student-athletes in his favorite subjects, classical Greek literature and Athenian democracy, Wednesday night at the classroom in Galen Center.

The student-athletes learned about, and even participated in a reading of Sophocles' famed tragedy, Antigone

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"If there is one thing that I took away from that lecture, it's that every individual has the right to reject society's infringement on his or her freedom," commented Alison Ramos,  captain of the USC women's tennis team, "Every individual has the right to stand up for what they believe in."

Nikias-Class-Galen.jpg(Photo by Dietmar Quistorf)

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