The Spanish philosopher Miguel de Unamuno suggested a division in history at the beginning of the 20th century. He argued that history cannot be read as one. Read a personal glance at the different sides of history during the COVID-19 lockdown.
– By Caterina Fassina
Musings on how the pandemic forced us to re-examine our individual concepts of death and how they to motivate us to keep living.
– By Demetrio Iannone
A “Mindfulness and Compassion” interview on how students’ mental health is impacted by the pandemic and how to cope.
– By Giulia Leo
This Hitchcock’s masterpiece is a careful analysis on the worlds of obsession and nosiness.
– By Ilenia Reale
Learn about a student-run junior initiative from its founder and how you can be involved.
– By Suçie Jones
A story of studying abroad in Japan at the beginning of the pandemic.
– By Marilù Ciabattoni
The “3 Decades of Dissent” exhibit experiments with a new curation format: remote and “interfered.”
– By Martina Perelli
– By Giorgia Rifaldi
Graduating senior, Janet Kimani, looks back on 2020. What will this year have made of you? The answer to this question: a call for deep and intentional introspection.
– By Janet Kimani
When the fuel that runs the industrial world kills nature and humans are the plague.
– By Jacopo Murittu