The reading of the Literary Anthology for Professor Clough’s creative writing class took place last night at La Tana. Students read from the essays that recorded their study abroad experiences in Italy. We laughed, we cried, but most of all we were enlightened by the impromptu puppy poem for Professor Clough’s famous dog Desiree. Thanks to all the students for having the courage to get on stage and share your memories and stories with the rest of us.
Students of Contemporary Italian Culture and Society as well as International Marketing boldly presented their semester projects last night to a room full of people at Palazzo Sorbello. A hand-full of students were also fortunate enough to have an “adopted Italian family” and they shared their interesting cross-cultural experiences that accompany being welcomed into the Italian family nuclease.