A weekend trip outside of Rome organized by JCU’s Athletic Department for October was canceled a week before, due to very few sign-ups from a list of 110 student athletes playing this year. Organizers and Basketball Team members comment on the news.
– By Claudio Burratti
Attendance is encouraged to group meetings for students to share viewpoints on the university and bring the community together.
– By Lauren Muller
The Organization of Latin American Culture Club hosted a traditional Latin American board game night called, Lotería, to commemorate Indigenous Resistance Day on Oct. 12.
-By Manuela Trujillo Montoya
Tensions rise at COP27 as countries struggle to reach a meaningful agreement; meanwhile, women push for greater commitments and propose solutions to tackle the climate crisis through a gender lens.
– By Alice Finno
Vincent Van Gogh would have been an activist, just not this way. Had they paid attention to the […]
In an effort to reduce the amount of plastic in Trastevere, the bar and bistro Meccanismo is offering free water refills to JCU students, faculty and staff as of September to fight plastic waste.
-By Mia Juni
Six months after the historic deal that allows Italian taxi drivers to utilize the rideshare company Uber, the results of cooperation vary between the parties involved.
-By Samuel Beane
New year, new beginnings, new opportunities: discover what’s in the stars for you in 2023 Astrology By Sara […]
The Performing Arts Company, led by Student Services for JCU students, made a return this fall with a new theater director Douglas Dean— after five years of inactivity.
-By Arianna Lopez
Embark on the journey of self-hatred, revenge fantasies, “wondering what might have been,” falling in love, and “falling apart” that is Taylor Swift’s Midnights.
-By Giulia Leo