Italian-American Students Study in Sorrento, Italy

Two students studying at Sant'Anna Institute for the fall semester are Italian-Americans who chose to return to their roots and explore the country their ancestors originated from. Alayna Travaglione and Jackson Zaccaria share their experiences with the Surrentums' Students' Secrets of Sorrento column this month.

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Student Insights: Food & Wine Tourism Program

Photos and text by: Valentin Emmanuel Hello, my name is Valentin Emmanuel. I am a fourth year undergraduate student at Indiana University studying Psychology and French. The Food and Wine Tourism program that I have been able to be a part of has been a life changing experience, which I would love to share with …

Spring Internships 2018

By Jackson Stone, Spring 2018 student from University of North Carolina Wilmington The term “Communication is key” is something I’ve been hearing since I was merely a young lad. That same young boy would hide behind his nearest parent’s leg when meeting someone new or be at a loss for words and freeze up when …

A Day in the Life

by Emmalee Perez, WNE student at Sant'Anna for Spring 2018 The walk to class each morning from my apartment during the summer days was always a breathtaking experience. With apartments within a 5-10 minute walk, grabbing an espresso and cornetto for breakfast before classes is made easy. Breakfast on the go as we pass the …