These Roots Run Deep Over these past few weeks in Rome, I’ve learned a lot about how strongly religion can impact a group of people. I visited some of the holiest places on the planet, including St. Mark’s Basilica and… Read More »There Is A Light That Never Goes Out
A couple lounges in the Coliseum while figuring out their next destination. I stumbled down an intriguing cobblestone path tucked away behind the Trevi Fountain just to get away from the crowd. Just minutes before, thousands of people surrounded me… Read More »Authentic Interactions
When you cross the Ponte Sisto Bridge over the Tiber River, you will find yourself in an exciting new area to explore. Although it’s exciting, traveling to a foreign country can be a daunting task. Whether you’re staying for… Read More »Bridging the Gap Between Tourists and Locals
It is normal to be anxious and thrilled before a trip, but put your worries aside and take the leap.
The Abroad Experience By: Olivia Clarke The phrase “studying abroad changed my life” is a phrase seldom not heard on college campuses. During every study abroad fair, there is at least one person anxiously waiting to spill their life story… Read More »To Rome Come, Do as There is Done
We dream of travel; travel that will personify the places we have seen and heard about throughout our lives. Postcards and videos make unattainable places across the world accessible and allow us to cultivate our drive for traveling. A movie… Read More »This is What Dreams are Made of
The Italian cuisine is an iconic part of the culture — here are some restaurant recommendations to help create an immersive abroad experience. A large part of Italian culture involves its famous cuisine. Ranging from Italian roast cappuccinos and flatbread… Read More »Best Six Places to Eat in Rome, Italy
Rome is a city of a thousand untold secrets, where a wrong turn can become the most serendipitous discovery and a new adventure lingers around every stucco corner.
The main, busy streets of Florence are lined with restaurants and high-end fashion stores like Giorgio Armani, Chanel, and Gucci. In between them you are able to smell the rich, smoky leather that some small shops sell. Italy is home… Read More »Life is Short. Buy the Bag.
From visiting Pompeii’s iconic ruins to captivating our taste buds in the shadow of Mt. Vesuvius, we explored Naples’ gritty past and its vibrant future.
Constructed in 72 A.D., the Roman Colosseum held an estimated 50 to 80 thousand spectators for gladiatorial contests and other public spectacles. Once my friends and I consumed as much Italian cuisine that our stomachs allowed we made our… Read More »Big Lights, New Perspectives