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The Opera: La Traviata

By Ilaria d'onofrio, program assistant, summer 2018 On Friday night, the 13th of July, we went to see the opera show titled… More

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The Opera: La Traviata

Sarra Chadi July 19, 2018

By Ilaria d'onofrio, program assistant, summer 2018 On Friday night, the 13th of July, we went to see the opera show titled La Traviata, immersed in the beautiful scenery of the Baths of Caracalla. First of all let’s talk about the place we were that… More

Festa della Musica 2018

Chiara Baldussi June 21, 2018

by matteo bellarasa, program assistant, Summer 2018 Music day in rome To celebrate music, Jack Lang, the French Minister of Culture, promoted along June Solstice La Fête de la Music (Music Day) in 1982. Was it more a chance to celebrate June Solstice… More

Election Day in Italy

Tina Rocchio March 3, 2018

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

Orientation in the Countryside

Tina Rocchio January 27, 2018

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

Lecture Series - Migration and Human Rights

Sarra Chadi November 24, 2017

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

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