Following a Series of Lectures, Digital Privacy Icon Simon Davies, Now a Visiting Professor at JCU

By ASIA COLOMBO The improvements made by technology in the last decade have changed how society works. Let’s just consider that college students in the past could not have found a textbook on an online database. Governments can track criminals using GPS and keep a working database of citizens’ private data. Does the widespread use …

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Communication Students Photographing a Gelato World Tour

By SOFIA MARTUSCELLI Two weeks ago, I had one of the most exciting experiences of my life: being a production assistant for a documentary around Italy. My adventure begins at Bologna Centrale, where I found Geraldine Ghelli’s reassuring and happy face welcoming me with Seth Chandler, the owner of DCADCPR, and Daniel Lawrence, his video …

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Going Global: My Summer at London’s King’s College

By FEDERICA BRIZZI From the very early stages of our academic career, we, John Cabot University students, are encouraged to live the fullest international experience that our institution offers. One of the most popular ways to do so is by spending a semester abroad. This year, I decided to live my international experience at King’s …

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A Unique Back to School Kick-Off for John Cabot

By GIACOMO SPROCCATI For most students, the end of August means that summer vacation is coming to a close. Parking spots are harder to find, new faces fill the quiet streets of Trastevere and there is the anxiety that a new semester is about to start. John Cabot University (JCU) has its own strategy to …

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Student Profile: Meet Lynette Quezada

In one year, Lynette Quezada, John Cabot University’s new student government president, has globetrotted from her hometown of Miami, to Rome, to South Korea. It is fitting that Quezada, with her passion for international travel and giving back to the community, was elected as JCU’s Student Government President last spring. Quezada has been a staple …

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Witnessing Slavery in the 21st Century

By: LINDSEY UNGER     Four hours North of Thirvanthapuram, India, sits the city of Kollam. Malayalam swirls advertising a concrete company are spray painted everywhere. On the concrete canvases, sickle and hammer drip in red endorsing the relative prosperity Communism has brought to this part of India. Emaciated cows lick at the painted wall and …

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HASHTAG DONATE: #icebucketchallenge

By VALERIA MUZZIN Everyone is doing it: the #icebucketchallenge is on every social network right now. From Cara Delevigne to Donatella Versace, from Rihanna to Robert Downey Jr., hundreds of public figures from every industry have had a bucket of ice-cold water poured over their heads in the name of charity. Plenty of people have …

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