Features

On Monstrous Mothers: Communications Student Sabrina Mancini

Sabrina Mancini (Class of 2018) is a senior from Rome. She studies Communications with a minor in Psychology.

Meet Professor Lila Yawn, Director of MA in Art History

Professor Lila Yawn teaches Art History at JCU and is Director of the MA in Art History. She specializes in the history of medieval art in Italy.

Gender as a Social Construct: Alumna Claudia Canovai

Claudia Canovai, Class of 2017, comes from a small town in Tuscany. She graduated with a major in Communications and a minor in Entrepreneurship.

Media Literacy in the World – Alumna Wanda Gabai

Wanda Gabai during a training session in Thailand Wanda Gabai graduated from JCU in 2010 with a degree in Communications. She was born in Naples, Italy, and her passion for traveling and exploring different lifestyles and cultures led her to live in different parts of the [...]

Writing for Videogames: Professor Mike Treanor

Mike Treanor is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at the American University, Washington DC and a founding member of the American University Game Lab. His research is broadly aimed at finding new approaches for interpretation and expression within videogames and computational media. He's had work nominated for Technical [...]

Alumna Geraldine Ghelli Publishes Photos in “New Yorker”

JCU alumna Geraldine Ghelli's photos have been published in the New Yorker as part of the "A Portrait of a Couple in Love and in Transition" article, which follows a couple (Michelle Ainsworth and Jennifer Lee) as they undergo gender-confirmation surgery together.

A Look at the Big Picture: Mathematics Professor Stefano Arnone

Stefano Arnone is Associate Professor of Mathematics at John Cabot University. He holds a Laurea cum laude as well as a Dottorato di Ricerca in Physics from the University of Rome "La Sapienza". He was voted JCU Professor of the Year for 2017.

Striving for Equality: Communications Student Federica Bocco

Federica Bocco (class of 2018) is a Communications student from Naples. She is also pursuing a minor in Humanistic Studies.

Choosing Kindness: Alumna Virginia Agnoni

Virginia Agnoni, Class of 2016, is from Cori, a medieval town one hour south of Rome. In her time at JCU, Virginia majored in Communications with a minor in Creative Writing.

Promoting Women’s Rights: Alumna Milena Casabella

Born and raised in California by a Sicilian family, JCU alumna Milena Casabella was Vice-President of Student Government and Events Coordinator for the Athletics Department.

Salutatorian Giuseppe Spatafora Accepted to University of Oxford

Giuseppe is from Palermo, the regional capital of Sicily, in the heart of the Mediterranean. He majored in International Affairs with minors in History and Economics.

Volunteering Across Borders: Student Cristina Di Leva

Cristina Di Leva is a degree seeking student from Lavello, Basilicata, in southern Italy. She majors in Communications and has a minor in Political Science.

Donkey See, Donkey Do and Extravagant Stranger: New Books by Professor Connelly

Born in Essex, south-east England, Professor Connelly has spent much of his adult life being educated in Italy, India, Bangladesh, the USA, Scotland, and China.

Life After College – Communications Graduate Samantha Abear

Samantha Abear, Class of 2016, graduated with a degree in Communications and a minor in Business Administration.

Literature Club Launches JCU’s First Literary Magazine Ex Animo

John Cabot University’s Literature Club recently launched JCU’s first-ever literary magazine, Ex Animo.