Meet Deanna

BY ENRICA BARBERIS   Have you ever felt like you needed someone to talk to? Maybe you needed a little guidance in a moment of struggle but didn’t want to talk to a counselor. Or have you had health problems and had to talk to a doctor, but had no idea how to in Italy? …

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Being Roaman

By Cassidy Slockett John Cabot University graduates often go on to become journalists, entrepreneurs, and tech experts - but 2013 communications and political science graduate Riccardo Vitalone, 28, is becoming well-known for his work in a more unconventional eld: folk music. After graduation, Vitalone found himself stuck in a typical 9-5 desk job. He became …

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Speak Up for Your Dreams

By Cassidy Slockett “If we can make just $1, we can make $1,000,000,” Charles Tabansi told his business partner and friend Marco Pecchio, as they struggled to turn a haphazard bet into a full time business. Dreamers Communications is a startup that Tabansi founded in Rome with the help of his friend Marco, a Communications …

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Why We Should Care About Taxes … And Journalism

By FRANCESCA MIRABILE When Jesse Drucker, an international investigative reporter for Bloomberg News, encouraged his former Wall Street Journal (WSJ) colleagues to revolt against Rupert Murdoch’s empire, he already knew journalism had to be used as a weapon for good. “Journalism can fix things that seem wrong,” Drucker says. “It’s a tool to correct world …

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Overcoming an Eating Disorder and Thriving in College

By AXEL KEICHER In recent years, the number of people suffering from eating disorders has been on the rise in the western world. According to the National Eating Disorders Association, 30 million Americans suffer from eating disorders. A study published by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services discovered that 90 percent of the …

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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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