JCU student and club leader Kennedy Denton discusses JCU’s Student Life and the skills she is developing within our community as she reflects on what it means to be a student leader in an international environment.
– By Sara Segat
A dip in the history of our university and a look towards the future of ourselves.
Study abroad students called on administration for help after multiple housing issues and a reported burglary in JCU’s Neighborhood Apartments in Trastevere.
-By Sydney Eichel
Why college students are reluctant to work in teams
– By Matilde Pozzato
Associate Dean of Academics, Professor Pamela Harris, steps down as the Coordinator of Learning Disability Accommodations and proposes a new full-time coordinator position after approximately 140 students requested accommodations this fall.
-By Syedah Asghar
JCU continues its collaboration with Vote From Abroad (VFA) to facilitate student voting for the U.S. midterm elections this fall. In past elections, only 10% of American abroad students registered to vote, according to VFA.
– By Josephine Solomon
The new FreshStart support groups offered by the Counseling Office for first-year students were canceled before starting, due to lack of participation.
-By Gea Villa
Is Classical education still a useful tool for navigating contemporary society?
A group of students started the first JCU Board Game Club this fall as an opportunity for the community to socialize and meet new people—especially for more introverted students. The club’s goal is establishing a “sanctuary from the stresses of student life.”
-By Adriana Samuels
Starting this semester, the club Interfaith Alliance reemerges from the need for an outlet of religious diversity that was missing in the JCU community, according to Club President Addison Hollomon, senior International Affairs major.
– By Marica Loffreda