The Slavic Cultural Club tells a story of community support and stands stronger twelve months later.
The long-established Spring Fling is back with a new name and with plans to continue the tradition.
JCU’s Queer Alliance plans for more activities off-campus to help members learn about queer-friendly spaces in Rome and support them in finding a local and safe queer community off campus.
A new easy stop where alumni can connect with the JCU community online.
Crime, Deviance, and Media- Professor Teasdale’s insight to what the course is, how it functions, and what one can expect to learn.
Education is fundamental to foster social development, and the western world perfectly shows how meritocracy is the optimal way to improve the world. Does it really though?
How working with JCU Community Service broadened my perspective on volunteering
Very often teachers say: “Divide a page of your notebook into a column. On the right you write about the advantages of living in the city and on the left, you write about the advantages of living in the country.”
A movie that will leave viewers talking and reminiscing and maybe even healing from generational trauma, even when not all the loopholes and technical issues of its multiverse are solved.
Set in the background of the Irish revolution, the film plays with ideologies and metaphors that give us a candid analysis of what is friendship and being a good person.