My mother used to take me to small farmers’ markets when I was younger. I remember how our town center’s field became occupied with 10 or so tents, and how fun it was to pass by each stand. Walking through a Traditional Florentine food market was a whole… More
After my school bus would drop me off in front of my high school, I would unwrap the peanut butter toast I had made earlier that morning. While walking– and sometimes running– I would quickly take bites of my breakfast in the hope that I would finish… More
Written by Jake Robinson, a Villanova University student who studied on the Arcadia Rome Program in the Spring of 2020.
One aspect about studying abroad that stood out to me the most was language learning.
I had read articles in the past about… More
Written by Alberto Corbino, Ph.D, Arcadia Rome Center Professor of “Food Studies: culture, globalization, sustainability” and President of “The Mediterranean Institute of Food Culture” – Sorrento, Italy.
One of the first things I use to share with my… More
Written by Dominique Italiano, an University of Denver student who studied on the Arcadia Rome Program in 2016 for “Sketching Rome: Introduction to Drawing” course with Professor Fabio barilari.
I studied abroad in Rome in 2016 and at the time I was… More