Students News

JCU Delegation Attends Coopera Conference on International Cooperation

On Wednesday, January 24 and Thursday, January 25, 2018, about 30 John Cabot students, together with faculty and staff members attended COOPERA, the conference on International Cooperation organized by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (MAECI) and the Italian Agency for Cooperation and Development (AICS).

Student Karima 2G Publishes Article in Corriere della Sera Newspaper

Communications and Political Science student Karima 2G published an article in the Corriere della Sera, one of Italy's major newspapers. She discusses racism, stereotypes, and how she uses her music to combat prejudice.

Expression through Music: Student Karima 2G Teaches Elementary School Children

Student Karima 2G started teaching at primary school Carlo Pisacane, in Rome, for the project “Laboratori di autonarrazione per giovani apprendisti.”

Immersed in History: Study Abroad Student Matteo Muehlhauser

Matteo Muehlhauser is a double major in Political Science and Italian from The University of Notre Dame, Indiana. Originally from Honolulu, Hawaii, Matteo participates in a club called S.I.B.C. (Student International Business Council) and in its consulting division.

Global Mindset in Business: Senior Mary Rose Castillo

Mary Rose Castillo is in International Business major from Rome. In Spring 2017, Mary attended the Start Up Weekend hosted at John Cabot University where her team had to conceive, develop and deliver a project with a 54 hour deadline. She eventually wishes to pursue a Master in Development Management at the Asian Institute of Management in Manila.

A Once in a Lifetime Experience: Study Abroad Student Sydney Schneider

Sydney Schneider is a visiting student from the University of Notre Dame, where she is Vice President of a Catholic student service and evangelization group and a tutor for the Academic Services for Student Athletes Office. A Theology and History major, Sydney is spending Fall 2017 studying abroad at JCU.

JCU Students Honored at the Italian Parliament by Italy-USA Foundation

John Cabot University is proud to announce that students Kaelyn Barron, Katelynn Cunningham, and Benjamin North were chosen by the Italy-USA Foundation to receive medals of the Italian Parliament during the America Award ceremony, which took place in Rome on October 12, 2017 at the Chamber of Deputies.

The Challenges of Democracy Today: Valeria Di Muzio

Born in Rome, Valeria Di Muzio is majoring in Marketing with a double minor in Communications and Economics. She is currently the president of the Chinese Culture Club, the treasurer for the newly-founded Fandom Club, and a sub-editor for the Matthew.

JCU STAND Donates €10,000 to Italian Red Cross

John Cabot University is proud to announce that the STAND student club recently donated €10,000 to the Italian Red Cross (IRC).

Igniting Change through Literature: Adriana DeNoble

Adriana DeNoble is an English Literature and Creative Writing student from New Jersey. She recently published a piece in Thought Catalog titled "The Reality of Racism in America."

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.

JCU Welcomes Record Number of Students for Fall 2017

The John Cabot University community is pleased to kick off Fall 2017 by welcoming the largest student body in its 45 year history.

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.

Meet Class of 2017 Valedictorian Marialaura Grandolfo

John Cabot University’s Vice President and Dean of Academic Affairs Mary Merva is pleased to announce the Valedictorian for the Class of 2017, Marialaura Grandolfo.

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.