We asked Prof. Eva Garau for a last-minute attempt at making sense of these most confusing and potentially uproarious elections for our English-speaking community. Italians have a phrase they use quite often, “the least worst”; never as in these elections… More
Here is a bit of a summary on our celebratory day in the countryside!
We began the day at Piramide Metro Station; as a last-minute switcharoo, I took nearly half the group off to the Farmer's Market of Circo Massimo (Saturdays&Sundays only) while the… More
Last week, Franca Di Lecce, Professor of the Human Rights course invited Jean Rene Bilongo, Migrant Affairs Officer of FLAI (The Agro-Food Labour Union) to conduct a lecture on human trafficking entitled “Trafficking in Human Beings, Slavery Shadows in… More
We are on our 5th week of the program and we’ve done so many exciting activities with our Fall students already, here is a glimpse on some of the events that students really enjoyed doing:
Students spent a relaxing afternoon with Andrea… More
Known as Natale di Roma, the annual birthday (2.770th) celebration is based on the legendary Foundation of Rome by Romulus in 753 BC.
On the big day itself, April 21st, the Foundation of Rome is marked at the Circus Maximus in the afternoon with a number… More