If you're behind in points, don't worry - this week will make up for it all. There are a series of Challenges below, giving you ample opportunity for climbing the ranks. Do as many as you can, and don't forget the previous bonus challenges!
The Desmond Conacher Scholarship 2011 (final reminder)
From: Patrick Baker
Call for applications — This scholarship is offered in memory of Desmond Conacher, formerly Professor of Classics at Trinity College, Toronto, Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, and Honorary President of the Classical Association of Canada. Its purpose is to assist and encourage a young scholar entering graduate studies in classics. The scholarship is administered by the Classical Association of Canada. One award of $2,500 is offered each year.
Eligibility and criteria — Applicants must be Canadian students (citizens or permanent residents) intending to enter the first year of graduate studies in a classics or similar programme at a Canadian university. Specializations within the general area of classics such as ancient history, ancient philosophy, and classical archaeology are eligible. Applicants must be less than 28 years of age on January 1st of the year of application. The main criteria are academic achievement, professional promise, and an appropriate undergraduate preparation.
Application procedure — Applications should reach the Chair by April 11th: Professor Patrick Baker, CAC Awards Committee Chair, Départment d'histoire, Pavillon Charles-De Koninck, 1030, avenue des Sciences humaines, local 5307, Université Laval, Québec, QC, G1V 0A6. For full details of the items required for an application, see the relevant part of the CAC/SCEC website: http://cac-scec.ca/eng/desmond_conacher.html
Further information — Questions should be addressed to the Chair of the Awards Committee, Professor Patrick Baker <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
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Spongebob and Poseidon fight over golden apples, but this king has more than enough fruit.
(Find a place where Spongebob and Poseidon are fighting over golden apples, and then find a king with a lot of fruit and tell me who that king is).