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Life in the Fast Lane: Alumna Camilla Voltolini

Life in the Fast Lane: Alumna Camilla Voltolini

Camilla Voltolini, from Verona, Italy graduated in 2017 with a degree in Communications. Camilla worked as an intern in the Special Projects office at JCU, before landing a job for a company that organizes events for Ferrari N.V.

The Art of Luxury: Alumna Rebecca Anne Proctor

The Art of Luxury: Alumna Rebecca Anne Proctor

Originally from Connecticut, Rebecca Anne Proctor graduated from John Cabot University in 2005 with a major in Art History. She holds three Master’s degrees and is currently Editor-in-Chief of Harper’s Bazaar Art Arabia and Harper’s Bazaar Interiors.

La Sinfonia di Emery: A Novel by Ludovico Crisanti Cucchiella

La Sinfonia di Emery: A Novel by Ludovico Crisanti Cucchiella

Ludovico Crisanti Cucchiella was born in Rome. He graduated from LUISS before taking Advanced Creative Writing Workshop: Fiction in Summer 2016 with Professor Michael Carroll at JCU. Ludovico recently published his first book La Sinfonia di Emery with Gangemi Editore.

A Passion for the Practice of Law: Alumnus Anthony Vanicek

A Passion for the Practice of Law: Alumnus Anthony Vanicek

After graduating from Georgetown Law, alumni Anthony Vanicek was able to find a job as a trial attorney in Colorado. He was an International Affairs major at JCU.

Alumna Fatema Basrai Featured in Forbes “30 Under 30 Education” List

Alumna Fatema Basrai Featured in Forbes “30 Under 30 Education” List

Fatema Basrai studied abroad at John Cabot University during the 2008-2009 academic year.

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

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

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.

Asking the Right Questions: Alumna Mia Ceran

Asking the Right Questions: Alumna Mia Ceran

Mia Ceran, Class of 2008, is a JCU alumna who graduated in Business Administration. German born of Slavic descent, Mia was raised between the United States and Italy.

Igniting Change through Literature: Adriana DeNoble

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

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.

Striving for Equality: Communications Student Federica Bocco

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.

Salutatorian Giuseppe Spatafora Accepted to University of Oxford

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

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.

Literature Club Launches JCU’s First Literary Magazine Ex Animo

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.

Throwing Assumptions out of the Window: Professor Gene Ogle

Throwing Assumptions out of the Window: Professor Gene Ogle

Professor Gene Ogle's research interests include colonization and transcultural relations in the early modern Atlantic World, slavery, and racism.