Contemporary Art in Frankfurt

By Meredith Pollock, MA 2015-16

Two weeks ago the Museum Studies MA students took a field trip to Frankfurt, Germany. From Thursday morning to Saturday afternoon we saw five contemporary art museums and had a little time to explore the city. It was a busy 53 hours but it was a great experience to visit a new country together and learn more about contemporary art!

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EXPO 2015

By Anna McLaughlin, BA 2015-19

Imagine 100,000 people in one small space, all trying to stuff themselves with delicious food and good memories. This is an accurate description of EXPO2015, essentially the modern world’s fair. EXPO is the World Food Expo, a shared space where the countries of the world get together, build their own pavilions, and then share their cultural cuisine with the visitors to their pavilions.

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Cheap Travel in Europe

By Jackie Gruber, FFE 2015-16

After weeks of studying and preparing for midterms fall break finally arrived and many of our students traveled to amazing places all over Europe. This year the popular destinations of our Marist Italy Freshman class include Greece, London, Paris, Amsterdam, Budapest, Spain, Prague, and Portugal. But, we wanted to provide some more information to our students about cheap travel for future planning. Continue reading “Cheap Travel in Europe”


Tuscania, Italy – My Happiest Place on Earth

By Kaylee Holt, MA 2015-16

In the summer of 2014 I had the privilege of living in the most beautiful place in the entire world – Tuscania, Italy. Contrary to popular belief, Tuscania is not actually located in Tuscany. It is located in Lazio, about an hour north of Rome. Istituto Lorenzo de’ Medici has a campus in Tuscania located just inside the medieval walls, and I attended archaeological field school there for a month. Continue reading “Tuscania, Italy – My Happiest Place on Earth”