"Oh, yeah!!! I got involved in the Georgia JCL last year as a freshman, and I LOVE IT. I went to the 2011 National Convention at Eastern Kentucky University a few months ago, and let me tell you: IT. WAS. SUPERCALIFRAGILAWESOMETASTIC!!!!!!!!!!!!…"
"Hey, Kansas doesn't have an active SCL, but I try to help at the national level in the summers. COme to Kentucky next Summer! I was in Miami myself, a Kansas delegate. In 2009 the Michigan delegation was one strong, Charlotte Morrow. So yeah."
"REALLY OLD discussion thread, but YES! I graduated in 08, but I was active in the Michigan JCL all four years of high school and went to two NJCL conventions--at University of Tennessee and Miami of Ohio (so 07 and 08, respectively?) Minnesota,…"
I've never met anyone in the SCL actually. I'm not even sure how I would go about joining. I am in Eta Sigma Phi, which is the national Classical Languages Honor Society and we have a conference every year. This year my school hosted it and it was lots of fun! I'm not sure where it's going to be next year, but if you have the chance, you should definitely go!
I go to school at Rhodes in Memphis. We have a really small but really awesome Classics program! Where do you go?
I was in JCL, but we weren't a particularly active chapter. We actually focused more on "Latin Day", which was a competition at one of the state colleges. It was pretty awesome. One year, we made a video depicting the story of Pyramus and Thisbe. I got to be the mulberry tree! haha
Yeah... I don't even know... I just hope they have some sweet adventures like they did in the old-old episodes, like with the hand thing... That, and they have to explain the Doctor's girlfriend lady from Silence in the Library and Forest of the Dead.