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Autumn in Venice: Professor and Author Andrea di Robilant

Autumn in Venice: Professor and Author Andrea di Robilant

JCU Creative Writing Professor Andrea di Robilant describes his Italian-American upbringing, his new novel Autumn in Venice, and shares tips for aspiring travel writers.

Truth and Accountability: Journalist and Alumna Francesca Mirabile

Truth and Accountability: Journalist and Alumna Francesca Mirabile

Francesca Mirabile, class of 2015, is a JCU alumna from Locorotondo, Puglia. During her time at JCU, Francesca was Vice President and Editor-in-Chief of The Matthew and webmaster for the Women's Leadership Initiative. After earning her B.A., Francesca moved on to graduate from the prestigious Columbia University School of Journalism.

Speak Truth to Power: A Dialogue with Journalist and Professor Chris Livesay

Speak Truth to Power: A Dialogue with Journalist and Professor Chris Livesay

Professor Christopher Livesay, Lecturer in Journalism, joined JCU in Spring 2017. A foreign correspondent and producer for PBS NewsHour, his recent work focuses on the Middle East conflict, the rise of populism in Europe, and the refugee crisis.

John Cabot University Hosts Election Results Party

John Cabot University Hosts Election Results Party

JCU Student Government organized an event to celebrate the United States’ elections on Tuesday, November 8, 2016. This was the last of several US election related events at the University including a voter registration initiative and a two-day absentee voting event, both in October.

Guarini Institute Holds Panels on U.S. Elections, Populist Challenge

Guarini Institute Holds Panels on U.S. Elections, Populist Challenge

On Wednesday, October 26, the Guarini Institute for Public Affairs and the Festival of Diplomacy hosted a panel discussion on the “American Elections: The Foreigners' View.”

The Albert Walker Fuller Prize 2016/2017

The Albert Walker Fuller Prize 2016/2017

The Albert Walker Fuller Prize Committee invites students, alumni, faculty, and staff to apply for The Albert Walker Fuller Prize in Communication.

Digital Media, Democracy, and the Press

Digital Media, Democracy, and the Press

On February 9th, 2011, the Aula Magna Regina was flooded with students, professors and guests to listen to a panel on an issue that, since the advent of Wikileaks, has earned the attention of the world. Digital Media has usurped all other means of information transfer in terms of speed and efficiency, but as technology improves the winds of change are beginning to alter the way we receive news.

Guarini Institute: Looking Beyond the U.S. Elections

Guarini Institute: Looking Beyond the U.S. Elections

On Monday, November 8th the Guarini Institute hosted a round table discussion aimed at analyzing the impacts of the recent midterm elections in the United States.

Pushing Past the Night of Italian Terrorism: A Discussion With Author Mario Calabresi

Pushing Past the Night of Italian Terrorism: A Discussion With Author Mario Calabresi

On June 1st, 2010, the Guarini Institute for Public Affairs hosted a discussion with the editor-in-chief of La Stampa and a victim of the 70's terrorism, Mario Calabresi, author of the international best seller "Pushing Past the Night" (New York, The Other Press, 2009).

Guarini Institute Presents: “The War on Terror: Eight Years Later”

Guarini Institute Presents: “The War on Terror: Eight Years Later”

The panel assembled in the Aula Magna Regina on October 14, 2009 at John Cabot University concerning "The War on Terror: 8 Years Later", which emphasized the importance of understanding numerous perspectives concerning this complex topic.

Guarini Roundtable Discussion: “Clash of Civilizations? The Challenges of Explaining Italy to the US Public”

Guarini Roundtable Discussion: “Clash of Civilizations? The Challenges of Explaining Italy to the US Public”

On June 16, the Guarini Institute for Public Affairs presented the roundtable discussion Clash of Civilizations? The Challenges of Explaining Italy to the US Public. Moderated by JCU Professor Peter Sarram, the Guarini Institute roundtable discussion hosted by John Cabot University featured the remarkable participation of five journalists...

Guarini Institute Lecture: “Italy Against Itself” by Alexander Stille

Guarini Institute Lecture: “Italy Against Itself” by Alexander Stille

Renowned journalist Alexander Stille explores the institutional and political crisis in which Italy has been trapped in for 15 years.