Enzo Fina and Roberto Catalano performed songs about Italian tradition and culture using exotic instruments to an intimate crowd Saturday in Morgan Auditorium.
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The smell of pasta and chicken parmesan and the sounds of violins transformed Davenport Dining Hall into an afternoon in Rome for Italian Culture Day.
Professor of English Kenneth Scambray shed a new light on Italian immigrants, as he conducted a faculty lecture titled “Italian Immigration in the West: 1890-1940” Monday in the President’s Dining Room.
While some students were taking strenuous classes on campus this January, others were walking through the streets of ancient cities.
This January will mark the ninth year Kenneth Scambray, professor of English, travels to Italy with University of La Verne students for his Italy Experience class.
Several departments at the University are offering students the opportunity to venture to foreign countries in January – allowing them to immerse themselves in different cultures, all the while, receiving credits for their experience.
While most students spent Interterm inside a classroom in the quiet city of La Verne, a select number of University of La Verne students experienced education in a whole new light thousands of miles away.
The beautiful buildings of Italy are no longer a plane flight away.
The 20th Winter Olympic Games ended Sunday after 16 days of competition in the Italian city of Torino. The most popular sports in the Olympics were alpine skiing, ice hockey, speed skating, snowboarding and figure skating.
Smooth chocolate gelato kisses my lips while the night’s chilled wind whips through my hair. My stroll bounces carefree down the cobblestone streets narrowly lined with tall palaces turned apartments. The sweet singing sounds of a street performer’s violin whistles in my ears making the evening dream-like.