Poetry by guest author Nana Ohemaa Asante

Nana Ohemaa Asante is a first year Honors student and author of several poems that will appear on the blog this year. A Girl By Any Other Name Is Not The Same by: Nana Ohemaa Asante My last… Read More

Guest Post: Danielle Iacovelli reflects on Italian cuisine

While Rome is a large city, it hasn’t been hard for the World Scholars to find our favorite places to visit including not only monuments, but small gelaterias and pizzerias.  After living here for more than two months,… Read More

Guest Post: Lauren Marvin learns to communicate in Italian

In deciding to come to Rome, I was hopeful that this immersive experience would help me pick up the language quickly. I mean, what better way than to surround yourself with it on a day to day basis?… Read More

Guest Post: Marissa Delvecchio reflects on volunteering in Rome

Upon arriving to John Cabot University, there were many volunteering opportunities and clubs offered to us. The one that stuck out the most to me was the STAND club, in which members go to Joel Nafuma Refugee Center… Read More

Guest Post: Scott Debrecht reflects on World Politics from Italy

Scott Debrecht is part of the first group of Honors students to participate in the World Scholars Program this year.  The World Scholars Program allows first year students to go abroad for their entire first semester.  Scott chose to… Read More

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